Michigan Business Court Litigation

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Michigan Business Court Litigation

New legislation designed to increase the efficiency of the Michigan court system in complex business lawsuits was implemented in January 2013. These structural and procedural changes have translated into speedier resolution of commercial lawsuits.

In any type of litigation, Kerr Russell’s legal teams have always cultivated vigorous representation of clients in commercial lawsuits along with an efficient, effective approach to case strategy and execution. Our highly advanced internal technology systems reinforce our philosophy of bringing prompt resolution of matters with optimal results. Because we are accustomed to accelerated discovery and expedited court dates, we are well positioned to continue our track record of success in the newly-established Michigan Business Court.  

+Practicing Attorneys & Staff

Attorneys

Michael D. Carroll
Michael D. Carroll

Member

Daniel J. Ferris
Daniel J. Ferris

Member

Fred K. Herrmann
Fred K. Herrmann

Member

George J. Christopoulos
George J. Christopoulos

Of Counsel

Edward C. Cutlip, Jr.
Edward C. Cutlip, Jr.

Of Counsel

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June 30, 2020

Kerr Russell Attorney Installed As Federal Bar Association Chapter President

Fred K. Herrmann is the new President of the Federal Bar Association, Eastern District of Michigan Chapter.

March 17, 2020

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Business Continuity:  A Message to Our Community, Clients and Friends

Kerr Russell is committed to its community, clients and people. As the world navigates through the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we want to assure you that Kerr Russell is committed to supporting our community, clients and people as effectively as we have through every other crisis our Nation has encountered over our firm’s nearly 150-year history. Our firm is fully operational: We have made sure that our lawyers and staff are able to safely and effectively serve our clients’ needs and continue operations on an uninterrupted basis. Most of our people