Dan Artaev has extensive experience in the areas of business law, commercial litigation, real estate, regulatory & administrative law, licensing, and appeals.  Prior to private practice, Dan was an Assistant Attorney General with the Michigan Department of Attorney General’s Labor Division, counseling state agencies on labor-related matters and both prosecuting and defending lawsuits on behalf of the State of Michigan.

Dan’s current practice focuses on business counseling, litigation, real estate transactions, and otherwise serving businesses both big and small throughout Metro Detroit.

Dan graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 2010, where he was Senior Notes Editor and executive board member of the Law Review.  In 2007, Dan received dual majors in Economics and German magna cum laude from Kalamazoo College, where Dan was also a four-year member of the NCAA Division III men’s tennis team.

Dan lives in Farmington Hills with his wife, Jessica, their son, Alexander, and their cat, Max. When not at work, Dan enjoys training for and participating in triathlons throughout Michigan and golfing.  Dan also is an avid musician and plays electric guitar, bass, and drums.

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