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Preparing for Business Litigation

As a business litigation attorney, I've seen firsthand the importance of preparing for potential legal disputes. If you're a business owner, it's not really a question of if you'll face a lawsuit, but when. And when that time comes, how you respond can make all the difference.

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Can a Partner Withdraw Without Dissolving the Business?

It’s relatively easy to form a general partnership in Michigan. There are no papers to file or licenses to obtain from the state, but the locality where you intend to conduct business may well impose licensing, permitting, and zoning requirements.

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Mental Health and Gun Rights

One of the more sensitive topics when it comes to firearm laws has to do with mental health and gun rights, and specifically what mental illnesses prohibit you from having a gun. This can be fairly complicated to address because both federal and state regulations come into play with gun rights.

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Wrongful Denial of Firearm Purchase/Transfer

Getting a denial when trying to purchase or transfer a firearm can be frustrating and confusing. If you believe you have been wrongfully denied a firearm, I can help. As a gun rights attorney at Redmond Law Group, I am dedicated to fighting for clients to protect their constitutional right to gun ownership.

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Police Encounters When Carrying a Gun

If you carry a firearm in Michigan, it’s essential that you know and fully understand Michigan’s gun laws. Knowing the laws can be invaluable if you have an encounter with police while you are carrying a firearm. If issues arise, it’s also important to seek advice and representation from an attorney.

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Firearm Carry Restriction Exemptions

If you possess a firearm or intend to possess a firearm in the future, it’s imperative that you stay informed about your rights and responsibilities. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of others, and you should know your rights around carry restrictions—including some notable exemptions.

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Private Party Firearm Transfers

When it comes to guns, the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states that “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” That hasn’t kept some states from enacting restrictions not only on how guns can be sold and transferred, but in many instances, also on the guns themselves—what's allowed and what isn’t. Michigan is one state that is among those who “infringe” as little as possible.

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Understanding Gun Seizure and Returns

As a firearm owner, it can be unsettling to think about the possibility of the police seizing your weapon. However, there are certain circumstances in which law enforcement officers have the authority to take possession of citizens’ firearms.

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The Difference Between “Material” and “Immaterial” Contract Breaches

Running a business involves developing ties with other people and business entities. Of course, you need customers, but you will also often need suppliers, service providers, and professional assistance.

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Dispelling Business Formation Myths

If you’re looking to start and operate a business in Troy or anywhere else in Michigan, including Oakland or Macomb counties, contact me at Redmond Law Group.

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