Business Law & Commercial Litigation

Business Law & Commercial Litigation

Michigan Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Business Shareholder Agreements Lawyer, MI

Doing business inevitably gives rise to conflicts with customers, suppliers, employees or competitors. A good business law attorney can help anticipate and sidestep many legal conflicts — and protect your interests in serious disputes or unforeseen scenarios.

The Law Offices of John G. McNally, P.C., in Trenton provides full-service counsel and regularly advises nearly 200 business clients in the Downriver area. We offer sound advice for start-up and transactions, and strong and cost-efficient representation in dispute resolution and litigation.

Trenton Business Law Attorney

Practicing in southeast Michigan since 1992, John McNally has a loyal clientele of business owners who rely on his insights and instincts for day-to-day legal counsel and for complex transactions or escalated disputes. He advises and represents businesses, construction contractors, banks and other entities in a range of matters:

  • Business formation and shareholder agreements
  • Drafting and review of contracts
  • Buying or selling a business
  • Commercial foreclosure
  • Employee agreements
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Ownership disputes and dissolutions

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Law Offices of John G. McNally, P.C.
140 Saint Joseph Street
Trenton, MI 48183
Phone: (734) 676-3210
Fax: 734-675-3203

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