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O'Reilly Rancilio Attorney Robin Yono named one of "Michigan's Go-To Lawyers"

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Congratulations to O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Robin Yono, who was selected by Michigan Lawyers Weekly as one of “Michigan’s Go-To Lawyers” in the business law category. Robin focuses his practice on transactional law, including real property law, corporate law, risk assessment, entity formation and planning, contract review and drafting, and liquor and marijuana licensing.

According to the publication, a “Go-To Lawyer” is:

  • An expert in his or her field, well-versed in the nuances of the case law, statutes, and regulations clients will encounter.
  • Experienced, with a record of success in many cases and/or transactions.
  • A lawyer to whom other lawyers make referrals because of his or her expertise and accomplishments.
  • A lawyer who can think creatively and identify all options for a client.
  • A lawyer you would name when a friend needs legal help.
  • A lawyer you might call yourself if you need legal help in his or her field of expertise.

Please click on the link https://bit.ly/3puHrnU to read more about Robin and the honor. If you are in need of a business attorney, please call 586-726-1000, visit our website, or email Robin at ryono@orlaw.com.

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