4151 Okemos Road, Okemos, MI 48864
At the MTA 2019 Conference, our attorney's hosted our annual Question and Answer panel to address the questions you submitted. Our panel included Bill Fahey, Kyle O'Meara, Jacob Witte, and Matthew Kuschel, hosted by Christopher Patterson. Between them, this panel represents decades of experience in sectors ranging municipal law, public utilities, labor & employment, and more. Questions include everything from Medical Marihuana to land use permits. New clips will be shared monthly in our E-Newsletter.
Do you have more questions? Reach out to us. We're always ready to help.
February 2020 |
Are township officials under the direct supervision of the Supervisor or are they under the direction of the entire Township Board? Attorney Matthew Kuschel answers this question at the 2019 MTA Conference's Q&A segment "We're Glad You Asked That" Read More ›
Earmarked funds are sometimes diverted to other purposes instead of their intended use. Can the Township do anything to prevent this? Attorney Bill Fahey answers this question at the 2019 MTA Conference's Q&A segment "We're Glad You Asked That" Read More ›
December 2019 |
At the MTA 2019 "We're Glad You Asked That" Q&A segment, Attorney Kyle O'Meara answers the question "If a property is written a violation, and then sold, but the new owner is unaware, what happens?" Read More ›
Who is allowed to speak with the township attorney? Attorney William Fahey answers this question at the 2019 MTA Conference's "We're Glad You Asked That Segment." Every year, Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes hosts the Q&A segment of the Michigan Township Association conference to answer your questions. Read More ›
November 2019 |
Attorney William Fahey answers the question: "Can a township use crowdfunding to raising money for a fundraising project?" at the 2019 Michigan Township Association Conference. Read More ›
If you own property in a township, why do you need to get a land use permit for everything? Even things, it seems, that you wouldn't normally need to get a building permit for? Attorney Kyle O'Meara answers the question at the 2019 MTA Conference. Read More ›
October 2019 |
If I use my personal laptop to do work related to my official duties, is it possible my laptop could be subject to a FOIA request? Kyle O'Meara answers this question from the "Glad You Asked That" segment of the Michigan Township Association Conference.
September 2019 |
What's the legal spelling of marijuana in Michigan? If I've opted-in to commercial medical marijuana, can recreational facilities come into the Township? These great questions are addressed by Attorney Chris Patterson.
If a surviving spouse sells their home to buy another one in Michigan, will the unmarried spouse be allowed the veteran's exemption? Chris Patterson relates the letter of the law and the perspective of the overseeing agencies involved, as well as recent changes and decisions regarding veteran's exemptions. Read More ›
August 2019 |
Why are villages permitted to be agencies under Act 51? What other differences are there between township and village governments? Attorney William Fahey answers these questions.
"Trustworthy, experienced, protective, and insightful are words I would use to describe Mr. Burzych and his law practice. Mr. Burzych was instrumental in helping us at BD's Mongolian Grill develop and grow our franchise..." -Billy Downs, BD's Mongolian Grill & Mongo Consulting, L.L.C
"Schultz's easy-going, capable demeanor made him a pleasure to work with."
- John Barker, Union Charter Township
"Stephen Schultz is an experienced contract negotiator. He is always well prepared, professional, personable, and well respected in the Michigan legal community." - Julie Herrin, Northville District Library
"Stephen O. Schultz provides services to his clients with integrity, understanding, and always considers all sides of the issue before advising the client. I recommend his firm to anyone seeking assistance in matters of Labor Law." - Anonymous
"William Fahey never makes you feel like a dummy."- Larry Degg, Caseville Township
"Mr. Fahey has always provided the most expert and exacting advice. We are very fortunate to have his firm represent us whenever we need legal help or guidance. I recommend his services to many other Township leaders. "- Dan Dysinger, Grant Township
"When I look at the reference list above, Bill rates a 10 plus in every category. As township supervisor, I have recommended his services to two other townships or government agencies, and they both have hired him for legal counsel." - Robert Johnson, Edenville Township
"Bill is accessible and provides prompt responses to requests for documents or legal opinions. We have a high degree of confidence in Bill's legal expertise." - Al McFadyen, Delhi Township DDA
"Bill is a tireless worker with fine skills." - James Porter, Oshtemo Charter Township
"William Fahey has a depth of knowledge and practical advice which has made him a recognized leader in Michigan Land Use Law. Bill has presented numerous seminars I have attended..." - William Woodruff, Union Charter Township
"We have used William Fahey for the past 12 years, previously when he was with Foster Swift. We have always been very pleased with the quick response we get and his vast expertise in Municipal Law..." - Anonymous
"William Fahey's knowledge and experience are well known throughout the state of Michigan." - Anonymous
Phone: (517) 381-0100
Fax: (517) 381-5051
Site Map |
Copyright 2020 Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC
Website designed & developed by Web Ascender