Protecting Your Liquor License

We Protect the Value of Your Michigan Liquor License

If you're thinking of acquiring, establishing or operating a Michigan bar, restaurant or other retail establishment, you should understand that the cost of the business is one thing, and the value of the liquor license that can drive its profits is quite another. At Adkison, Need, Allen, & Rentrop, our full-service representation for companies involved with any aspect of the liquor industry includes special attention to the constant challenge of keeping your license in full compliance.

Michigan Liquor Licenses

Comprehensive Service in Liquor License Matters

Anyone involved with the restaurant or hospitality industry in Michigan understands that a liquor license is a double-edged sword — while it's a reliable source of profits, it's also a closely regulated privilege that can expose the licensee to a host of legal issues.

Condominium and Homeowners Associations

Adkison, Need, Allen & Rentrop provides a wide range of services for subdivision associations and condominium associations. We represent several associations and have handled virtually every kind of issue, from drafting and amending the Master Deed and By-Laws, to enforcement of restrictions, collection of delinquent dues, placing liens on property, voting issues, Board of Directors issues, and claims against condominium developers.

Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation

Commercial Real Estate Litigation in Michigan

As experienced trial attorneys as well as seasoned real property lawyers, the law firm of Adkison, Need, Allen, & Rentrop helps commercial real estate clients resolve disputes concerning any purchase, sale, lease or construction problem. To learn how our experience can help you achieve the results you need, contact our office in Bloomfield Hills.

We handle real estate disputes in Oakland County and Southeast Michigan

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate Lease Agreement

Business Litigation

Resolving Michigan Business Disputes the Right Way

If a breach of contract or municipal enforcement proceeding threatens to land your company in court, you're already facing a tough business decision: do we fight it or settle it? At Adkison, Need, Allen & Rentrop our lawyers have all been to court before, so we don't need to prove anything by rushing you into a lawsuit if we can show you a better approach.

General Counsel Services

Reliable Advice for Southeast Michigan Small Business

Although a smaller company might find that it's not economically feasible due to its scale of operations to support an in-house general counsel, it is also sure to discover that legal problems will come up from time to time anyway. The best way to ensure your capacity to respond effectively and often times avoid the issues that eventually occur, is to establish a relationship with a lawyer who understands your company's legal needs and business goals.

Business Formation & Transactions

Sole Proprietorship Advantages and other Business Formation Opportunities

The Right Way to Start a Business

G. Hans Rentrop

Mr. Rentrop can provide a comprehensive perspective to the development and use of land in Michigan.  He has represented developers, municipalities and individual residents on matters including development agreements, master deeds, easements and property tax appeals.  Mr. Rentrop represents municipalities in Michigan courts on zoning enforcement actions and criminal misdemeanors.  He appears in both circuit and district courts for trials and motions and before the Michigan Tax Tribunal.  In addition, Mr.

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