John T. Below is a Shareholder practicing in Kotz Sangster's Bloomfield Hills office. He is an honors graduate of the University of Detroit School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 1993) and received his undergraduate degree from Oakland University (B.A. 1990).
Mr. Below's areas of expertise are state and federal litigation of employment and labor law matters, including discrimination and wrongful discharge litigation, traditional labor matters and administrative proceedings. Mr. Below also handles complex commercial and banking litigation in the areas of lender liability, bankruptcy, foreclosures, receiverships, contract disputes and fraud; as well as construction litigation and arbitration.
Mr. Below regularly presents seminars on employment and banking litigation concerns.
Mr. Below's published articles include: Preserve Your Bottom Line! A Review of Construction Laws in Michigan, AUC Spreadsheet Magazine, Summer 2002 (co-authored with Jeffrey M. Sangster, Esq.); Published Quarterly in "LAWNOTES," a publication of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan 1997-2007; Comment: Out-of-State Catalog Sales and Constitutional Limitations on State Taxation: Reverse Protectionism and the Quill Corp. v North Dakota Decision, 70 U.DET. MERCY.L. REV. 67 (1992).