Advising, Counseling, and Representing Michigan Municipalities

Based in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, the knowledgeable and experienced attorneys at Michigan Justice have been proudly serving Michigan Municipalities. Whether it’s the day-to-day legalities of running your Municipality or crisis management and litigation services or proactive steps to avoid costly lawsuits, Michigan Justice has your municipal legal needs covered.

Experience Across a Broad Range of Municipal Legal Matters

With a broad range of expertise in Michigan municipal law, Michigan Justice attorneys  have extensive experience assisting municipalities in functioning as efficiently and effectively as possible, and are proud to offer a full range of municipal legal services including:


  • Preparing, adopting, amending, and enforcing zoning ordinances
  • Blight enforcement and condemnation
  • Preparing and adopting a zoning ordinance or master plan
  • Contract negotiation, including sewer and water agreements
  • Election law
  • Human resource matters, including police, fire, and emergency medical personnel
  • Property tax issues, including tax appeals
  • Special Assessment Districts
  • Bond issues
  • Utilities
  • Municipal financing methods
  • Municipal prosecution
  • Right to Farm Act
  • Medical marijuana issues

When it comes to the legal questions Michigan municipalities face every day, Michigan Justice, PLLC has the experience and expertise to get the job done.

Litigation and Crisis Management

A full-service municipal law firm, Michigan Justice leverages the skills of its experienced attorneys to give your municipality cutting edge legal advice at an affordable rate.

Michigan Justice is frequently called upon to represent municipalities in matters involving:

  • Labor disputes and employment law
  • Riparian rights
  • Annexation and detachment proceedings
  • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests
  • First Amendment and privacy issues
  • Municipal litigation and appeals
  • Environmental regulation and compliance
  • Tax appeals / tax issues
  • Land use and zoning matters