A MICHIGAN LAW PRACTICE

Outside Legal Counsel PLC is a Michigan-based private law firm dedicated to general civil litigation in the areas of property and water rights, civil rights, transparency, and government accountability on a case-by-case basis and serving as outside general counsel to growing organizations, family-run businesses, partnerships, limited liability companies, and close corporations.

ATTORNEY PHILIP L. ELLISON

Philip L. Ellison is an attorney and civil litigator with a state-wide general practice in civil, business, and property litigation.
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PRACTICE AREAS

· General Counsel to Small and Family-Run Businesses
· General Counsel to Agriculture/Farming Businesses
· General Litigation Practice Areas
     · Business and Commercial Litigation
     · Real Property, Land Use, and Zoning Disputes
     · Illegally Cut Trees
     · Michigan Right to Farm Act
     · Michigan Water, Littoral, and Riparian Rights
     · Michigan's New Road-Ends Law - Public Act 56 of 2012
     · Part 305 of P.A. 451 of 1994 - Natural Rivers Program
     · Part 315 of the NREPA - Dam Safety
     · Freedom of Information Act
     · Open Meetings Act
· Appellate Practice & Appeals
· Assistance for Trial Counsel


Courthouses of Michigan: Eaton County Courthouse, Charlotte

CONTACT THE OFFICE

If you have a pending legal matter and need aggressive business or litigation counsel, contact the office today!

MID MICHIGAN

PO Box 107
Hemlock, MI 48626
(989) 642-0055
(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.





PROUD MEMBER OF:

Saginaw County Bar Association

Michigan Freedom of Information Project

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