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Detroit

Our original Bingham Farms' office was established in 1995 with three lawyers from one of Detroit’s most respected defense firms. Since then, we have grown substantially to serve clients in Detroit and surrounding areas, and moved to Ferndale to accommodate that growth. Our Detroit attorneys frequently collaborate with attorneys from our other nine offices to provide a wide range of legal solutions for regional and national companies in Michigan, and across the country.

Our office is located in Oakland County, about 15 minutes north of downtown Detroit.

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Primary Contact

Howard I. Wallach

Managing Partner - Detroit

hwallach@foleymansfield.com

248-721-8161

Howard Wallach is the managing partner of Foley Mansfield's Detroit office. Howard focuses his practice in the areas of business and corporate law and litigation, with extensive experience in the litigation aspects of commercial and real estate disputes, construction defects, and various disputes surrounding business transactions.



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