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Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A. 
Troy, Michigan Office
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2155 Butterfield Drive, Suite 200-S
Troy, Michigan  48084

(Oakland Co.)

Telephone: 248-362-6100
Fax: 248-786-3197
http://www.weltman.com



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About this office:

For more than 85 years, Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (WWR) has been providing comprehensive creditor representation and legal services to businesses and financial institutions. Working as your partner, we offer you expertise and solutions to your daily legal and recovery concerns. Our approach integrates outbound collection activities with the filing of legal action, to affect recovery, in any jurisdiction the debtor or property may be located. We operate strategically located offices, offering clients direct legal representation in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania, in what we like to refer to as our "footprint" coverage states. For matters outside our footprint states, we utilize our WWR National Litigation Networks.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Commercial Real Property Default Litigation GroupFederal Court Litigation Group
Real Estate Default GroupReal Property Group


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IRS Accused of Improper Targeting Based on Organizations' Political Views
Christopher Brian Best, July 20, 2016
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit rendered a strong decision recently, noting that no citizen should be targeted by an executive agency based on his or her political views.1 In 2010, the Treasury Department’s Inspector General for Tax Administration (“Inspector...

Creditors: What You Should Know About Ohio's Successor Liability Doctrine
Christopher Brian Best, June 6, 2016
A business that dissolves without paying its bills may think it has escaped its obligation to repay creditors. However, under Ohio’s successor liability doctrine, a creditor may seek recovery from a new business that purchased assets from an old business if the new business did not follow...

Three Year Limitation Period for Taking Civil Action - Beat the Clock
Christopher Brian Best, February 10, 2016
In 1968 the Ohio Supreme Court determined that municipalities may not extend the statute of limitations imposed by the General Assembly. In City of Akron v. Smith, 14 Ohio St. 2d 247 (1968), the city of Akron had a 10 year statute of limitations period for prosecution of an action for failure to...




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