General Civil Litigation

Rogers Law Center handles all types of general civil litigation matters in federal, circuit and district courts and in the State of Michigan involving:

•Banking and financial services
•Commercial litigation
•Condominium and homeowner association matters
•Business torts
•Contractual disputes
•General construction and construction lien law
•Landlord tenant disputes
•Land contract forfeitures
•Municipal law
•Quiet title actions
•Real property disputes

“We realize that for brand new business owners, being named as a party in a law suit is a scary thing, so we make a concerted effort to explain not only the proceedings themselves, but the options that are available to our clients as we move through the litigation process. For more experienced business owners in certain industries, litigation is an inherent part of operating their businesses, and Rogers Law Center provides these clients with the experience and sophistication of a big firm without the big firm price tag."





Business Law

Our litigation experience informs our discussions with our clients regarding their business matters, and enables us to assist them in these areas:

•Business entity formation and structure
•Commercial transactions
•Corporate compliance
•Non-profit law
•Real estate transactions
•Vendor agreements

“Retaining experienced counsel to advise business owners regarding the legal ramifications of their business decisions before those decisions are made, can save business owners thousands, and sometimes hundreds of thousands, of dollars down the road. These are important decisions – we want business owners to know that they don’t have to go it alone.”

Real Estate

We assist our clients with a broad range of real estate matters including the following:

• Affordable housing development
• Construction agreements
• Contract negotiations
• Debt restructuring and loan workouts
• Due diligence
• Easements and rights of way
• Foreclosures
• Land contracts
• Lease agreements
• Loan and financing agreements
• New construction developments
• Purchase and sale agreements
• Rehabilitation projects
• Shopping center documentation
• Subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements
• Survey review
• Title review and resolution of title issues
• Project finance, including mortgages, sale-leasebacks, like-kind exchange and non-traditional
financing sources
• Zoning issues

“Our clients consistently trust us to timely and efficiently handle their real estate matters, whether they involve construction and rehabilitation projects, lease negotiations, or loan transactions. We take this responsibility very seriously and consistently exercise the discipline of thinking creatively to get our clients’ deals done.”