Too Much To Do - Too Little Time
With only so many hours in a day, what can busy trial attorneys do when they need to prepare for trial, deal with clients, write various briefs, conduct time-consuming legal research, find key pieces of evidence... and still have a personal/family life?
Seek help from Outside Legal Counsel!
Imagine coming into the office to find the needed research in your inbox, the needed brief written, and a key piece of evidence on its way to your office--without having to break a sweat or the bank.
Newspaper Advertisement - May 29, 1930
Retrieved from the archives at the Library of Michigan.
Too many busy trial attorneys submit papers containing insufficient legal research and without available-yet-undiscovered evidence. Get the assistance you need and that your clients deserve from an outside attorney available to help.
Experience in Both State and Federal CourtsCounsel from Outside Legal Counsel has helped various attorneys with their practice needs including several complicated appeals before various state and federal courts. OLC counsel has written briefs and applications that have been or are currently before the US District Court for the Western District of Michigan (on appeal from the bankruptcy court), US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the Michigan Supreme Court, the Michigan Court of Appeals, and various Circuit Courts. Counsel from OLC recently prepared and filed an emergency application with the Michigan Supreme Court in a mere 24 hours. Michigan's highest court then took only eight days to issue its ruling.
A Variety of Assistance for Trial CounselOLC can assist busy Michigan legal practitioners with:
- Overflow case work
- Appeals and Applications for Leave
- Motions and Briefs
- Full case law and statutory research
- Evidence gathering and investigations
- Filing-ready documents delivered
Contact the office today for an initial consultation and review.
MID MICHIGANPO Box 107
Hemlock, MI 48626
(888) 398-7003 - fax
Licensed to practice before all Michigan State Courts, the Michigan Court of Appeals, the Michigan Supreme Court, the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Court, the US District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
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