Profile

The firm’s principal, Mark Bosler, is an experienced attorney practicing in Michigan since 1982, and is admitted to practice in Illinois (1983) and Florida (1989). Primary practice areas include estate planning, probate and trust administration, business and commercial law, collections, civil and commercial litigation, real estate and criminal defense. His educational background includes an advanced Masters Degree in Corporate and Finance Law from Wayne State University, Juris Doctor degree from University of Detroit Law School, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Michigan State University.

Mr. Bosler has over 25 year of experience in estate planning and estate administration, civil and commercial transactions and litigation, including corporate and commercial, real estate, collections and construction matters. In litigation, he has served as arbitrator and represented parties in disputes involving individuals, small- and medium-sized service companies, suppliers, manufacturers, and contractors in contract disputes alleging breach of contract terms, conditions and performance; defective product or design; interpretation and litigation of corporate governance and administration, such as bylaws, financing arrangements, stock purchase agreements, minority shareholder interests, investment trading and other actions. In transactions, he has represented buyers and sellers in all aspects of real estate transactions, buy-sell agreements, commercial contracts and corporate governance. He has represented creditors and debtors in collections cases. A small portion of the practice has included the representation of plaintiffs in consumer law matters and personal injury claims as a private practitioner. These cases have been concentrated in the areas of housing and automobile defects, but have also covered insurance claims, home lending practices, injury claims and other areas. He is a former instructor of construction law at Macomb Community College, and formerly a registered investment advisor with experience in financial planning and suitability and management of investments.

Mr. Bosler is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, and U.S. Tax Court. He is a former adjunct professor of Construction Law at Macomb Community College. He is on the panel of Commercial Neutral Arbitrators with the American Arbitration Association.

Mr. Bosler is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit, Michigan Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, and Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel System.

Mr. Bosler has been engaged in various civic projects and organizations, including the Lions Club of Bloomfield Hills, and Farmington Jaycees.

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