Clark Hill Attorneys Daniel H. Minkus and James R. Waggoner Author “Business Operations” Chapter for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s Michigan Business Formbook
– Clark Hill Attorneys Daniel H. Minkus and James R. Waggoner author Chapter 7 of the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s (ICLE)
Michigan Business Formbook
, entitled “Business Operations”. ICLE’s
Michigan Business Formbook
has been a long-standing favorite of Michigan business lawyers and contains many forms useful to a business in its ongoing operations, including form documents for sales of goods and services, a sales representative agreement, distributor agreement, equipment lease, and various real estate related documents, as well as a discussion on the uses of the referenced forms. For more information and to view the online publication, please visit
Daniel H. Minkus
is a member in the firm’s Birmingham office, where he practices in the Business Practice Group. Daniel concentrates in the areas of business and real estate, advising and counseling clients with respect to a wide range of matters.
Daniel has authored several articles, and lectures frequently, on a variety of business topics. Daniel is a contributing author to the book Michigan Contract Law.
Daniel is very active in civic affairs and the community. He is currently serving in his nineteenth year on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Humane Society (Chairman 1989 –1998); he is the former State Sports Director for Soccer for Michigan Special Olympics; he is a past member of the Board of Directors of Leadership Oakland (President 1998-1999), an organization which fosters community leadership and involvement; and he has served as a member of volunteer committees for United Way Community Services in Detroit. He also has coached youth soccer for the past ten years.
is an associate in the Business Practice Group of Clark Hill’s Detroit office and concentrates his practice in corporate law.
James earned his J.D.,
, from Michigan State University College of Law, where he received numerous awards for academic merit, including the Jurisprudence Achievement Award for Contracts II. While in law school, James was an Executive Member of the Michigan State University College of Law Moot Court and Advocacy Board and served as a Teacher’s Assistant for both Contracts I and II. James was also an intern with the Charitable Trust Division at the office of the Attorney General of Michigan.
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