What makes Artaev at Law different?

100% remote, digital, and paperless.

  • You should not have to worry about hand sanitizer, masks, or traffic to see your lawyer.
  • Video conference with Dan from anywhere.
  • Communicate with Dan by email, text, or call, or any other method that works best for you.
  • Take a picture or scan any documents you want to share and email/text them at any time.
  • DocuSign allows for remote signatures on any document.

Up-front, straightforward pricing, with fixed cost service available.

  • No surprise charges at the end of the month and no more arguing with your lawyer about your bill.
  • Fixed cost services available to help you budget for your business.
  • Pay your bills in a way that is convenient to you, including through, ACH transfer, PayPal, Venmo, or by credit card.

Access to an elite and high-tech attorney without the “old school” law firm inconveniences.

  • Dan is a top-of-his class, Law Review, elite lawyer who has been practicing since 2010 in the public and private sector.
  • Dan is licensed to practice in Michigan state and federal courts, the federal Court for the Southern District of Indiana, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and U.S. Tax Court.
  • Check out Dan’s list of successes and distinctions below, or click on About Artaev at Law to learn more.

Super Lawyers Magazine named Dan a Rising Star in Business Litigation for 6 years in a row – from 2015 through 2020 – a distinction given to only 2.5% of attorneys licensed in the State of Michigan.

Dan Artaev is an experienced attorney who has been helping clients achieve their goals since 2010 through his work in the public and private sectors.

Business matters

– Assisted an international app developer with bringing their product to the United States and advertising their product on Facebook.

– Advised and consulted internet, mobile app, and gaming developers regarding intellectual property, licensing, and regulatory matters regarding gaming law.

– Engaged in ADR to negotiate a six-figure settlement for a former employee who was owed back pay for work and services.

– Secured a $60,000 arbitration award against a large California grocery store chain who refused to pay for delivered materials, claiming the delivery was “defective.”

– Successfully settled a claim against a former customer with a line of credit who failed to pay any amounts owed after receiving goods worth over $50,000.

– Obtained a favorable money judgment against a former business partner who secretly diverted business to his new company while still working for his old partner.

– Defended a business owner who sold her consulting business from breach of sale agreement and non-compete provisions alleged by the buyer and new owner.

– Following extensive discovery, secured a settlement that allowed plaintiff employer to enforce non-compete and non-solicitation agreement provisions against former technician. –

– Obtained dismissal of federal lawsuit against a veterinarian and his business that was based on claims of breach of contract and trade name misappropriation from another veterinary clinic.

Regulatory and Licensing

– Consulted numerous Michigan businesses regarding COVID compliance, policies, and employment handbooks.

– Negotiated a settlement and obtained dismissal of a complaint filed by the Michigan Attorney General against a counselor accused of improper contact with a patient.

– Successfully sued the Oakland County Health Department after it arbitrarily refused to issue a septic field permit to a homeowner, despite having issued one for the same site in the past.

– Secured a dismissal of an EEOC sexual harassment complaint against client’s real estate company.

– Negotiated a settlement on behalf of a nurse licensee with the State of Michigan that allowed her to keep her license following an order of suspension based on allegations that the nurse was diverting controlled substances.

– Obtained summary disposition against homeowner in violation of her deed restrictions at the circuit court level and secured affirmation of the decision from the Court of Appeals.

– Was an integral part of the municipal law team that represented communities in the Downriver Utility Wastewater Authority in its $50+ million purchase of the Downriver Wastewater Treatment Plant from Wayne County.

Dan Artaev is frequently interviewed for various publications as an expert on business and property law. He has also presented on various business topics and has been published in the Michigan Litigation Journal.

  • In early 2020, presented a seminar to small business owners on the basics of company formation at Washtenaw Community College – an event hosted by the Michigan Small Business Development Council.


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