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Anthony M. Dalimonte

28411 Northwestern Highway
Suite 500
Southfield, MI 48034
T 248.785.4733


Anthony Dalimonte’s practice focuses on (1) defending employers in employment litigation, (2) counseling employers on best practices, (3) handling general and business-related litigation, and (4) a niche advising clients in the developing business world related to student athletes’ rights to their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL).

As part of the firm’s Labor and Employment practice group, Tony defends employers in state and federal courts on claims of employment discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour violations, FMLA violations, and disputes over non-compete agreements. 

Tony’s employment work also includes counseling management and human resources personnel on daily issues and best practices, including preventing and resolving disputes related to the life cycle of employment: 

  • Hiring and firing
  • Employment discrimination
  • Employee handbooks and personnel policies
  • Disabilities and accommodations
  • Discipline and termination
  • Investigations by administrative agencies

In the General Litigation practice group, Tony represents individuals and businesses in a wide array of general and commercial litigation matters. His experience includes taking cases through all stages of the litigation process, including appeals.

As a four-year member of the University of Michigan football team, Tony brings to the growing world of complex NIL business issues personal knowledge, a unique perspective, and a work ethic honed as a team member.  Walking on as a freshman defensive back, Tony stayed with the team through graduation. He was voted “Scout Team Player of the Year” by the team his senior year. Tony was instrumental in forming the firm's NIL Law Team to counsel student-athletes, businesses/organizations and other interested parties in creating high-value NIL initiatives and contractual arrangements which are fully compliant with NCAA rules, state laws and university regulations.

Tony is a graduate of the University of Michigan – BA, 2017 and Master’s of Management from the Ross School of Business, 2018, and Wayne State Law School, 2021. While in law school, he was a member of the moot court team and editor of the Journal of Business Law.  He graduated in 2013 from Brother Rice High School, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.


Memberships & Affiliations

  • State Bar of Michigan



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2023 Labor & Employment Law Update

Unintentional Discrimination: Employers' Use of AI
Unintentional Discrimination: Employers' Use of AI

Second Wednesday Lunch Break

Should Employers Use Generative AI in the Hiring Process?
Should Employers Use Generative AI in the Hiring Process?
Learn Recent Changes in Employment Law
Learn Recent Changes in Employment Law


Wayne State University Law School, J.D. 2021

University of Michigan, M.M. 2018

University of Michigan, B.A. 2017

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