Recent events have taken a toll on Michigan manufacturers and have had lingering effects on critical supply chains. Do you know the provisions of your company’s contracts well enough to mitigate risk and position your company to weather disputes? Join MMA and the experienced commercial litigators with the law firm of Butzel for a virtual discussion of key considerations in manufacture-and-supply contracting. Save your company significant time, cost and heartache with contracting best practices and be confident in knowing your company’s rights and obligations. Ask your questions of Butzel shareholders Donald V. Orlandoni and Dave J. Devine.
Donald V. Orlandoni
A manufacturing-based litigator, Orlandoni prepares and negotiates a variety of purchase and supply contracts, represents clients in supply chain litigation and pre-litigation disputes, and defends manufacturers from product liability, recall liability, and related cost-recovery claims. He regularly represents and advises automotive suppliers as part of Butzel’s Global Automotive Industry Team, and he co-chairs the firm’s Aerospace & Defense Practice Group, which provides the full range of services in government contract and supply chain counseling and litigation. A business lawyer first and foremost, Orlandoni commits to guiding his clients toward practical, business-driven outcomes, whether amicably or through the courts.
David J. DeVine
He practices in the areas of business litigation and bankruptcy and serves businesses in a wide array of industries, including automotive, construction, banking, health care, and real estate. DeVine is a member of Butzel’s Automotive Industry Team and devotes a substantial part of his practice to high-stakes, multi-million-dollar contract disputes and supply-chain cases. He likewise advises suppliers of all tiers and sizes on contract terms and conditions issues, as well as litigation avoidance and dispute resolution strategies.