From commercial litigation to business law, Paul C. Mallon Jr.'s diverse legal experience allows him to craft creative solutions to challenging problems.
Paul focuses his practice on commercial litigation of all varieties, including breach of contract claims, promissory note and collection claims, enforcement of security instruments and guaranties, fraud, shareholder disputes and derivative claims, commercial mortgage foreclosure and other real estate disputes, fiduciary duty claims, and enforcement of restrictive covenants.
In addition to his considerable litigation experience, Paul also represents corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships in all phases of existence, from formation to sale and dissolution. He has experience representing public bodies such as municipalities, community college districts, and townships in transactional and litigation matters. Paul also counsels his clients in consumer protection matters and has authored and had published a scholarly work addressing the treatment of tying arrangements under antitrust law.
Paul joined Fraser Trebilcock after practicing law in Chicago for more than seven years. He spends his time working out of the firm's Lansing and Detroit offices.