Ray Littleton is a commercial and general litigation attorney. He helps businesses and organizations address a wide-range of litigation matters and disputes, specializing in four key areas:
- Insurance: Ray represents insurance companies in insurance fraud and insurance coverage matters including but not limited to property claims, uninsured and under-insured claims and First and Third Party personal injury claims. He has extensive experience conducting investigations related to coverage issues and suspected fraudulent claims.
- Transportation. Ray represents medical and non-medical transportation companies with respect to business associate agreements, insurance coverage matters, and negotiations with transportation carriers and medical providers. He has also handled litigation matters for railroad clients including preparing trial briefings, jury instructions, witness testimony, and pre and post-trial motions in a railroad crossing accident case and in a railroad FELA cumulative trauma trial.
- Transportation: Ray represents medical and non-medical transportation companies with respect to business associate agreements, insurance coverage matters, and negotiations with transportation carriers and medical providers.
- Warranty claims: Ray represents businesses, particularly automotive suppliers, in connection with warranty claims and disputes under Article II of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Many disputes in the automotive supply chain involve questions of the existence or scope of warranties.
- Employment disputes, discrimination and retaliation: Ray advises businesses in connection with employment disputes, discrimination and retaliation claims, union labor disputes and the enforcement of non-compete agreements.
Ray has litigated in the Circuit Courts of Michigan and Wisconsin and has argued in front of the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Federal District Courts in Michigan as well as the Federal District Courts in Wisconsin. He has also handled Administrative hearings, including the defense of an employer in a MIOSHA Trial.
In addition to his practice, he is chair of the Rules and Calendar Committee on the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly and is representative on the Assembly for Oakland County.
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