We're your lawyers. Well, maybe not yet. But that simple statement expresses our philosophy of complete service for our special clientele. We're a business law, employment and commercial litigation firm, so you won't be likely to find us in divorce court or defending a DUI. We're the lawyers you need day in and day out to spot legal trouble and minimize disruption of your business. We're the lawyers you need to aggressively represent you to defend your business and protect your rights. We're the lawyers you need for advice and counsel on taxes and wealth management. We're the lawyers with whom you can build a long-term relationship of trust and confidence. When you're ready, we're your lawyers.
DSH attorney Richard B. Tomlinson was quoted in The Wall Street Journal on July 19, 2012 for the article 'Cyberthieves Hit Owners' by Joe Palazzolo. DSH obtained a $500,000+ judgment against Comerica Bank on behalf of a business client whose account was hacked.
DSH attorney Mark Mueller has authored an article entitled "Property and Transfer Tax Considerations for Business Entities" in the Summer 2010 issue of The Michigan Business Law Journal.
DSH attorneys Mark Mueller and Dan Boynton have published Defending the Bankruptcy Preference Claim -- a Quick Primer, in the Michigan Business Law Journal, Fall 2009.
Eight DSH Attorneys Named Among Metro Detroit's Top Lawyers
DSH is proud to announce that eight of our attorneys have been named among Metro Detroit's 2010 Top Lawyers. The November / December 2009 issue of DBusiness Magazine lists Metro area attorneys who have achieved the highest available ranking, the "AV Preeminent" designation, in the 2010 Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings.
Our "Top Lawyers" and their areas of practice are:
- Daniel R. Boynton - Corporate Law
- Jay A. Herbst - Corporate Law
- Mark E. Mueller - Business Law
- William C. Schaefer - Labor and Employment Law
- Laurence S. Schultz - Securities
- Joseph W. Thomas - Corporate Law
- Richard B. Tomlinson - Labor and Employment Law
- Edward S. Toth - Business Law
The Indiana Civil Rights Commission recently issued favorable findings concerning a DSH client accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ICRC found that the employer did not violate the ADA when it terminated the employment of a woman after she had used all available FMLA and personal leave for a variety of medical conditions.