Seminar looks into best practices for Oakland County Business Court

“Seeking Injunctive and Other Equitable Relief in Business Court” is the title of a Wednesday, April 25, seminar offered by the Oakland County Bar Association.

“Business Court practitioners seeking appointment of a receiver, injunctive relief or any other type of equitable relief need to understand how such motions are handled in the business court and what can be done to position their clients to obtain a favorable result,” a spokesperson for the OCBA said.

The program will feature a panel of experienced Business Court practitioners offering practical advice to help attorneys succeed in this specialized environment. Oakland County Circuit Court Judges James M. Alexander and Wendy L. Potts will attend to share their insights regarding practice in Oakland County Business Court. The
seminar takes place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the OCBA offices, 1760 S. Telegraph Rd., in Bloomfield Hills.

Panelists include: Joseph A. Doerr, of the Doerr Law Firm; Joseph K. Grekin, of Schafer and Weiner; and Robert Sosin, of Alspector, Sosin, & Noveck. Attorney Jordan S. Bolton, of Clark Hill, will moderate.

Topics of discussion will include the law underlying requests for equitable relief, including recent statutory amendments; drafting tactics to improve a client's chances of success; and procedural tips and tricks to strengthen an argument in favor of or in opposition to such a request.

Pre-registration is recommended since seating is limited. Pre-registration for this lecture ends April 24, however, walk-ins are welcome. To register, go to


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