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Emily S.
Rucker

  • Partner

I strive to be practical and straightforward in everything I do in my legal practice. Clients appreciate my thoughtful approach and my real-world perspective on whether it makes sense to pursue litigation or resolve an issue outside of court.

Commercial litigator Emily Rucker focuses on construction and supply chain matters. She represents clients in the automotive, manufacturing and construction industries in a variety of disputes, including breach of contract, contract termination and construction lien, defect and delay issues.

  • Represents commercial clients in supplier and customer disputes and contract termination situations.
  • Represents parties in construction disputes, including construction lien and payment disputes and defect claims.
  • Serves as trial counsel in litigation, arbitration, and mediation.
  • Represents banking clients and other third parties in responding to subpoenas and garnishment requests.
  • Represents commercial clients in supplier and customer disputes and contract termination situations.
  • Represents parties in construction disputes, including construction lien and payment disputes and defect claims.
  • Serves as trial counsel in litigation, arbitration, and mediation.
  • Represents banking clients and other third parties in responding to subpoenas and garnishment requests.
  • “Automatic Stay and Discharge Injunction Issues: SOS,” 31st Annual FBA (Western District of Michigan) Bankruptcy Section Seminar, July 27-28, 2019
  • “Overhaul on Michigan’s New Garnishment Statute,” Employers Association of West Michigan, June 23, 2015
  • “Automatic Stay and Discharge Injunction Issues: SOS,” 31st Annual FBA (Western District of Michigan) Bankruptcy Section Seminar, July 27-28, 2019
  • “Overhaul on Michigan’s New Garnishment Statute,” Employers Association of West Michigan, June 23, 2015
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Emily S.
Rucker

  • Partner
Grand Rapids

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I strive to be practical and straightforward in everything I do in my legal practice. Clients appreciate my thoughtful approach and my real-world perspective on whether it makes sense to pursue litigation or resolve an issue outside of court.

Commercial litigator Emily Rucker focuses on construction and supply chain matters. She represents clients in the automotive, manufacturing and construction industries in a variety of disputes, including breach of contract, contract termination and construction lien, defect and delay issues.

  • “Automatic Stay and Discharge Injunction Issues: SOS,” 31st Annual FBA (Western District of Michigan) Bankruptcy Section Seminar, July 27-28, 2019
  • “Overhaul on Michigan’s New Garnishment Statute,” Employers Association of West Michigan, June 23, 2015
  • “Automatic Stay and Discharge Injunction Issues: SOS,” 31st Annual FBA (Western District of Michigan) Bankruptcy Section Seminar, July 27-28, 2019
  • “Overhaul on Michigan’s New Garnishment Statute,” Employers Association of West Michigan, June 23, 2015