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Foster Swift

The firm has earned a reputation for outstanding client service, for a results-minded attitude and for across-the-board legal excellence. Foster Swift provides comprehensive legal counsel to businesses, organizations, municipalities, families and individuals. 

Equine Law Blog -- Equine Gift? Equine Lease? Stop the Guesswork.

Equine transactions are ripe for a legal dispute when the parties have no written contract and a completely different understanding of the same transaction.

Webinar -- "What every municipality needs to know about liquor licensing"

Attorney Lisa Hamameh will discuss updates to the liquor licensing law and how these updates will affect municipalities in this free webinar on Wednesday, April 22.

Is Your Real Property Tax Too High? Now is the Time to Consider a Protest or Appeal.

As a result of an improving Michigan economy, real property values have been on the rise, and property taxes are following suit. Tax assessors have been busy at work assessing property values during January and February.

Webinar -- "New Changes to the Freedom of Information Act"

Attorney Anne Seurynck hosted a webinar on the new changes to the Freedom of Information Act. She discussed how these changes will affect municipalities and the deadlines in which procedures need to be in place to address these changes.

Technology Law Blog -- FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Drones

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) just released proposed rules regarding unmanned aircraft systems ("UAS" or "drone") in United States airspace.

Tax Law Blog -- One Reason You Might Want to File Your Tax Return Early This Year: Identity Theft

Now is the time of year when people start to receive W-2s from their employers and start to think about filing individual tax returns.

Agricultural Law News -- A Guide to Land-Lease Agreements for Farmers and Landowners

Farmers have two basic options when it comes to holding land: own it or lease it. Though many farmers prefer to own all of their land, it is rarely possible.