For more than 30 years, Ray Morrow has enjoyed providing guidance, advice, support and, when necessary, aggressive advocacy for his clients. He specializes in litigation, trial work and dispute resolution, but believes that litigation avoidance is often the most beneficial option for the people and businesses who seek his counsel. Therefore, Mr. Morrow works with his clients to anticipate problems before they arise, and, if problems have developed, to carefully evaluate all options before deciding on a course of action. When litigation is the best choice or is otherwise unavoidable, Mr. Morrow’s knowledge and experience have resulted in great successes for his clients before juries, judges, and arbitrators, and in negotiation of favorable settlements.
Mr. Morrow’s background in the law has been diverse and extensive. He has been lead trial counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide array of civil and criminal cases ranging from complex construction disputes, representing owners, contractors, architects, and suppliers to cases arising under the Federal securities laws; from employment discrimination cases to criminal defense; from real estate, municipal and zoning disputes to corporate and business entity break-ups; from shareholder oppression actions to insurance litigation; from trade secret misappropriation, fiduciary duty, non-compete agreement violations and intellectual property disputes to breaches of contract; from traffic to probate and estate disputes; from successful enforcement of deed restrictions in the Michigan Supreme Court to representation of a major television network on libel, slander and First Amendment issues. Mr. Morrow has been passionately “all in” for his clients for his entire legal career, and has handled all manner of cases at the trial level, on appeal and in both state and federal courts.