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Neuman Anderson’s Case Featured in Detroit News

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Neuman Anderson Partner Jennifer Grieco was recently interview by the Detroit News regarding the firm’s case against the City of Detroit concerning the constitutionality of its Animal Control Ordinance. An excerpt from the article: Attorneys for Detroit have pledged to rewrite the city’s Animal Control Ordinance after a federal judge said it lacks constitutional protections. U.S. District Judge…

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Neuman Anderson, P.C., Prevails in Seeking to Have the Federal Court Declare Controversial City of Detroit Ordinance Unconstitutional

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On February 22, 2016, Judge Nancy Edmunds issued her Opinion and Order granting Neuman Anderson’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction in the case of Floyd Hardrick, Jr., et al., v City of Detroit, et al. In granting the firm’s motion, Judge Nancy Edmunds struck a provision of the Detroit Animal Control ordinance, 6-1-2(e) as being unconstitutional on…

The Tax Man Cometh: Strategies For Retiring Debt
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The Tax Man Cometh: Strategies For Retiring Debt

As litigators, we often represent clients being pursued by creditors (banks, private lenders, bankruptcy trustees, etc.) seeking payment on loans or indebtedness. A strategy employed by many lawyers is to simply negotiate a discount on the indebtedness in exchange for immediate payment, with the remainder of the debt being “written off” by the creditor. If…