Clinton County, Michigan Agricultural Lawyers

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William Penn
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Midland County, MI Agricultural Law Lawyer with 24 years experience
(517) 927-3387 5812 Woodberry Dr.
Midland, MI 48640
The George Washington University Law School
Trent C. Hilding
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Montcalm County, MI Agricultural Law Attorney
(989) 427-3436 4070 N. Crystal Road
Vestaburg, MI 48891
Agricultural, Business, Estate Planning and Real Estate
Patrick Morin
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Oakland County, MI Agricultural Law Lawyer
(347) 788-8408 Old Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48009
Agricultural, Business and Real Estate
University of New Hampshire School of Law and University of Arkansas School of Law
I focus on serving the needs of businesses in the food, beverage and hospitality industry, including regulatory compliance (TTB, FDA, USDA and FTC), commercial real estate (acquisition, disposition, leasing, tax credits, development and financing), finance, commercial transactions (licenses, contracts and agreements), intellectual property protection, and business entity structuring and governance matters.
Keith L. McEvoy
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Muskegon County, MI Agricultural Law Attorney
(231) 747-7160 281 Seminole Road - 2nd Floor
Norton Shores, MI 49444
Agricultural, Business and Real Estate
Washtenaw County, MI Agricultural Law Lawyer
(419) 533-2507 2805 S Industrial Hwy
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Agricultural, Divorce, Environmental and Estate Planning
Branch County, MI Agricultural Law Attorney
(517) 279-9745 100 W Chicago St
Coldwater, MI 49036
Agricultural, Business, Elder and Real Estate
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