Business and Civil Litigation in Michigan
The commercial litigation practice group of O'Reilly Rancilio P.C. is composed of experienced legal advocates who appreciate the complexity of business disputes and their ramifications. We understand that timeliness, cost containment, and practicality are important components of any solution, as opposed to winning at all costs.
Our civil litigation trial lawyers handle the full spectrum of business litigation, as well as real estate litigation, probate and trust litigation, creditors' rights, and defense of governmental entities. Our clients include small and family-owned businesses, banks and financial institutions, developers, builders, and individuals in Sterling Heights, Macomb County, southeastern Michigan, and statewide.
Read more about our capable representation in:
- Commercial Disputes
- Corporate and Shareholder Litigation
- Real Estate Tax Appeals
- Zoning and Land Use Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Probate and Trust Litigation
- Municipal Lawsuit Defense
A Team of Trial Lawyers with Diverse Backgrounds
Our litigators have extensive courtroom experience and concentrations in niche areas of the law. This empowers clients through a "task force" approach for complex disputes, especially legal conflicts with overlapping concerns involving taxation, business succession, real estate, debt recovery or distribution, and licensing rights.
Our attorneys employ alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation and arbitration to limit or avoid potentially expensive and protracted litigation. We also understand that litigation is sometimes necessary or prudent to protect our clients' interests or achieve their goals. We negotiate from a position of strength by preparing for trial and convincing the opposing counsel of our confidence of a favorable result before a judge or jury.
Our commitment to results includes a monthly meeting of all litigation attorneys to review new case law, court rule changes, strategy, and other developments pertinent to the practice. This meeting allows any litigation attorney to discuss a pending case and to receive input from the full staff at no expense to the client. This monthly forum supplements our open door policy and promotes continued communication on all client matters.