Phillip J. Neuman

  • Michigan 1983
  • Wisconsin 1983
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan 1983
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan 1990
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit 2010
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison: B.A. 1980
  • University of Wisconsin: J.D. 1983
  • Michigan Bar Association, Real Property Law Section
  • Board of Directors of the Detroit Metropolitan Apartment Association, 2002 – 2010; current Legislative Chairperson
  • National Apartment Association – Legislative Committee, 2013 – present
  • Michigan Land Title Association – Legislative Committee, 2012 – present
  • Board of Directors, Jewish Community Relations Council, 2015 – present
  • Speaker on a variety of real estate topics including construction lien litigation, real property remedies and landlord-tenant issues
  • Michigan Super Lawyers: 2007, 2011 – 2021
  • Michigan Business Edition of Super Lawyers: 2012 – 2015
  • dbusiness Top Lawyers – 2017
  • Michigan Leading Lawyers: 2016 – 2019
  • Michigan Construction Law and Construction Liens, 2002
  • Michigan Commercial Leasing, 2001

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(248) 489-8600

PHILLIP J. NEUMAN is a shareholder of the firm. Mr. Neuman focuses his practice on real estate and business litigation, including title issues, construction lien matters, contract disputes and commercial and residential landlord tenant matters.  Examples of the types of matters he has handled include:

  • Real estate litigation in Michigan and federal courts, including quiet title actions, title insurance coverage, mortgage priority disputes, adverse possession claims, forged deeds, construction lien foreclosure and condominium and homeowners association lien foreclosure
  • Resolution of title disputes, including reformation of recorded documents, boundary disputes
  • Landlord tenant evictions and lease negotiation, drafting, interpretation, enforcement and litigation
  • Commercial litigation involving business contracts of all types
  • Bankruptcy matters, including nondischargeability claims (published opinion of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals) and automatic stay issues