Eugene W. Pyatenko

  • Michigan 1980
  • All Michigan State and Federal Courts 1980
  • Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals 1980
  • University of Michigan: B.A. 1976
  • University of Detroit School of Law: J.D., magna cum laude, 1980
  • Michigan Bar Association – Member, International, Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation sections
  • American Bar Association
  • Recognized by the Michigan State University College of Business for participation in the University’s International Business Center, MSU-CIBER Advisory Council: 1992
  • Certificate of Recognition, Windsor Rotary Club: 1992
  • Consultant for U.S. Embassy and Byelorussian Representatives: 1991
  • Certificate of Recognition, Detroit Rotary Club: 1992
  • 40 Under 40 Crain’s Detroit Business: 1991
  • Certificate of Recognition, Westland Rotary Club: 1991
  • 90 for the 90’s Crain’s Detroit Business: 1990
  • Who’s Who in Practicing Attorneys: 1989, 1990
  • 1989’s Top Ten Lateral Hires, Michigan Law: 1989, 1990
  • Special Consultant/Interpreter to Prime Minister V. Kebich: 1989

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(248) 489-8600

EUGENE W. PYATENKO is Of Counsel to the firm.  He focuses his practice in the areas of real estate, litigation & dispute resolution, banking & finance, construction law, business & corporate, mergers & acquisitions and medical practice management.  He is a prolific speaker concerning real estate matters, banking and business transactions, bankruptcy and international business.  Examples of the matters he has been involved in include:

  • General commercial, banking and business transactions
  • Debtor/creditor rights
  • Commercial litigation and construction lien law
  • Bank/borrower relationships
  • All aspects of bankruptcy reorganization, including debtor reorganization not undertaken in the context of formal bankruptcy proceedings
  • Establishing contacts and trade between U.S. and foreign entities with an emphasis on enterprises located within the Former Soviet Union
  • Bilateral trade negotiations
  •  Establish joint ventures and intermediary activity between public and private sectors, ministries and government officials