In this blog, the Zana Tomich and the business attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC weigh in on matters of importance to small and closely held business leaders in Detroit and throughout Southeast Michigan. We hope the information here is helpful to you.
Ae reported in the Capital Connection: New Bill Would Prevent Discriminatory Charitable Bin Bans By ANNE SCHIEBER | March 22, 2014 | Twitter Follow Anne Schieber on Twitter Cities would no longer be able to ban most outdoor recycling bins on private property under a […]Read More
The New Economy Initiative has announced a second round of funding that will benefit innovative companies in Detroit. As initially reported by Sherri Welch, in Crain’s Detroit Business, February 2, 2014, the New Economy Initiative (NEI) plans to target innovation and entrepreneurship in its second […]Read More
A recent decision from the Michigan Court of Appeals reaffirms an age-old adage most of learn early on: If it is something important, such as a contract, better to get it in writing. And when you are working for one of the Big Three, that […]Read More
As reported in Reuters this morning, the SEC has released the new crowd funding rules in light of the “Jumpstart our Business Startups Act” of 2012. The news report indicates that: “The Securities and Exchange Commission's crowd funding plan is a requirement in the Jumpstart […]Read More
Kate Brink was recently accepted to participate in the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association’s Inn of Court mentorship program. The program involves monthly, team-led presentations that address a variety of issues related to the practice of law. She is looking forward to meeting and learning from […]Read More
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has become the most recent court to issue a decision addressing a private business’s challenge to the contraceptive coverage mandate of the Affordable Care Act when it released its opinion in Autocam Corp. v. Sebelius, No. 12-2673 (6th Cir. […]Read More
A bad online review in 2011’s “Dirtiest Hotel” drove the owner of the hotel to file his own complaint against the creator of the dirtiest list, TripAdvisor, for lost business. However, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals gave the hotel owner’s complaint a bad review […]Read More
A recent 6th Circuit Court of appeals opinion, Boaz v. FedEx Customer Information Services, reversed a federal district court ruling that upheld a contractual limitations provision in an employee’s employment agreement with an employer barred her claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Equal […]Read More
The business and employment attorneys of Dalton & Tomich take your business just as seriously as you do. Attorneys Zana Tomich and Noel Sterett are trusted by closely held family businesses and others across Michigan and Northern Illinois as invaluable partners and counselors. We guarantee all your calls and emails will be returned within one business day so you can focus on what you do best: running your business.
Noel’s guidance was much appreciated when redrafting my client contract. He was very professional, respectful of my time and potential costs, and was sincere with his advice. I trusted that he had the highest good for my business in mind. I will seek out his […]Read More
As a professional photographer in the wedding industry, reliable communication is very important to me. Noel was very knowledgeable and quick to respond to all of my questions and not just that, he also gave me suggestions when reviewing and updating my contract. The entire […]Read More
We highly recommend Dalton & Tomich! As a start-up firm that has rapidly grown across the country in under 5 years, Dalton & Tomich has been integral to our sound, credible, and excellent in standard infrastructure. As we’ve scaled, Zana has been right by our […]Read More
Having worked with Zana for 10 years, I can attest to her professionalism, her pragmatism, and most importantly, her integrity. I always get sound, thoughtful advice and guidance. From routine filings & updates to the highly unexpected, Zana’s there to help, always responding quickly and […]Read More
Zana’s expert guidance has helped us to move forward with clarity and confidence in our business endeavors. She helped us create a new business entity, and a few years later to navigate a tricky buyout—all with a clear path forward for business growth. Her calm […]Read More
Zana’s expertise in employee law has helped us refine and build a stronger operations and hiring strategy at my company. As a business owner of a small and fast growing company, I very much appreciate Zana’s ability to always step into any situation quickly and […]Read More