Federal Court Litigation
Cases and disputes that are tried in federal court require an attorney who has federal courtroom experience and knowledge of its specific rules and procedures. Not all attorneys carry with them this depth of skills. At Willis Law, our attorneys do have this depth of federal courtroom experience. If you have a federal court issue, seek our law firm's representation for your case. We can successfully navigate the federal court system to your advantage and help you toward an effective resolution.
Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, Michigan, Federal Trial Attorneys
For more information about the dedicated federal litigators at Willis Law, contact us today to schedule a consultation. We handle a variety of claims, including federal environmental matters. Our law firm has offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Paw Paw, counseling people throughout West Michigan. In addition, we have fought for companies in the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and the Federal Court for the Western District of Michigan.
Our Federal Court Litigation Practice
Federal claims are very different from state claims, as there is a different set of rules and procedures that applies. That is why it is so important to obtain an attorney who is well-versed in federal court rules and procedure. The skilled federal litigators at Willis Law confidently handle all types of federal litigation matters, including:
- Federal business litigation
- Federal construction litigation
- Federal real estate litigation
- Federal employment litigation
- Federal water law and lake litigation
- Federal estate litigation
- Probate litigation
- Federal Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act litigation
Contact Federal Court Litigation Lawyers Today
Contact a member of our skilled legal team at Willis Law by calling (888) 461-7744 and schedule an appointment regarding your federal litigation matter. From offices in Kalamazoo and Paw Paw, we counsel people throughout West Michigan, but have experience representing clients from Florida and California to Canada.