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The WNJ Appellate Practice Group is one of the State’s premier appellate litigation practices. Our attorneys recently obtained an 8-1 victory in the United States Supreme Court, and have appeared in the U.S. Supreme Court more than 15 times. WNJ has also litigated in nearly every federal Circuit, recently argued in the Michigan Supreme Court, and participated in numerous Michigan Court of Appeals cases. The Appellate Practice Group has repeatedly achieved successful results for both parties and amicus curiae, and has been awarded the Distinguished Brief Award three times in the past four years for filing the most persuasive and scholarly brief in the Michigan Supreme Court. For more information, please visit our website.
The lawyers in Warner's Automotive Industry Group address the unique issues that confront suppliers in the auto industry. In fact, our automotive attorneys represent only suppliers, not OEMs. This supplier-only focus allows us to help our clients successfully navigate the business and legal issues prevalent in the new auto economy. On this blog, we'll discuss these issues. We'll also include posts about the day-to-day challenges all businesses face, including employment and regulatory matters, business acquisition challenges, dispute resolution and others. Our aim in our legal practice and on this blog is to help you stay one step ahead of the curve.
The definitive law blog for navigating the automotive supply chain
If SEC, FINRA or state regulation agencies ever keep you up at night, this blog's for you.
The labor law blog for those who don't speak lawyer
News of diversity and inclusion initiatives at Warner Norcross & Judd

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