ABOUT THE SITE

  • AttorneyButler.Net is the weblog of attorney Michael J. Butler. It has always been my belief that common sense in the pursuit of justice is no vice. (Apologies to Barry Goldwater.)

    I can be reached by email through this site, or by phone at:
    248-350-3700(O)

    More about attorney Mike Butler can be found by clicking the "ABOUT" link below.

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MEDIATION SERVICES

  • With over 25 years experience in the area of civil litigation, I now offer mediation services as a part of my practice. SCAO mediator training has been completed, and I am currently on the approved mediatior list in several Michigan Circuit Courts.

    Having participated in many mediations, both as litigant and as mediator, I have come to understand the process and its benefits for all parties. I have always tried to earn the trust of all the attorneys with whom I have worked. This trust is, obviously, vital in the mediation process.

    There will be no charge for the following services: phone conferences, scheduling, correspondence or administrative staff work. The only services charged are review of submissions before the hearing, and conducting the mediation.

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    On Friday, January 29, 2010, WJR Host Paul W. Smith did his morning show from Detroit Catholic Central in Novi, Michigan. Several CC Alumni lawyers and judges appeared on the program

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February 05, 2010

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