About this office:
Since Walter S. Foster founded the firm in 1902, our practice has expanded steadily to meet the changing needs of our clients. Our reputation is one of providing sound legal counsel and the highest level of advocacy. With offices in Lansing, Oakland County, Grand Rapids and Marquette, we are proud of our commitment to our clients and to the highest standards of practice that have sustained us for more than 100 years. The Firm's lawyers participate in civic and professional organizations and local pro bono efforts. Continuing legal education is provided regularly in-house to all employees, Lawyers and staffs are encouraged to attend outside continuing education programs as well.
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Trial; Appellate Practice; Federal Practice; Administrative Law; Banking Law; Insurance; Corporate Law; Real Estate; Municipal Bonds; Labor And Employment; Tax Law; Estate Planning; Probate; Esops; Employee Benefits; Environmental Law; Election Law; Oil And Gas Law; Immigration Law; Motor Carrier Law; Transportation; Licensing; Public Utility Law; Securities; Litigation; Products Liability; Professional Malpractice; Health Law; Hospital Law; International Law; Intellectual Property; Insurance Insolvency; Workers' Compensation; Aviation Law; Construction Law; Agricultural Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
College Football Players as University Employees: What are the Implications?
Michael R. Blum, April 30, 2014
The debate about whether or not student athletes should be compensated financially has been waged for decades. Colleges and universities make millions of dollars each year in athletic revenue, while athletes are entitled to receive athletic scholarships for their efforts. Many athletes, so called...
Frost Law: Are you complying with Spring Weight Restrictions?
Dirk H. Beckwith, April 30, 2014
As the ground begins to thaw, the surface of our roads becomes unstable, buckling and heaving. It is the warming and cooling of the ground that weakens the roads creating potholes and broken pavement. To address this issue, Michigan state law designates the months of March, April and May as reduced...
Year Established: 1902