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When developing contract documents that all seem relatively standard, businesses may be inclined to pay little attention to those sections that are “just boilerplate.” Many assume that
A state court receivership can be a viable and effective alternative to a federal bankruptcy proceeding which often costs more, takes longer, and involves more oversight than a receivership. However,
It’s a new year, the time of fresh starts and big dreams, but the “retailpocalypse” doesn’t seem to have taken notice. Earlier this week, Pier 1 Imports announced plans to close up to 450
Companies experiencing financial distress have a number of options available to them. If a business has the potential to continue as a going-concern despite a heavy debt load, reorganizing or
At The Dragich Law Firm, we strive to deliver value and results for our clients. We are pleased to announce recent successful outcomes we have helped our clients achieve, and new matters our firm has
The Detroit Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association is hosting its annual holiday party on December 4, 2019, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. at the Detroit Golf Club. The Detroit Chapter is not only
The U.S. economy is in the midst of a record economic expansion but signs, from slowing manufacturing numbers to weakness in formerly high-flying housing markets, suggest we may be in the tail-end of
Despite recent optimism that certain aspects of the United State’s trade war with China may soon be resolved, its effects will be long lasting in certain regions and industries. The automotive and
The Dragich Law Firm is pleased to announce that two of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized in Michigan Super Lawyers 2019.
Michigan Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers who
Amanda Vintevoghel, who began her term as President of the Turnaround Management Association Detroit Chapter on July 1, 2019, recently participated as a panelist on the “Alternatives to