Joel Piell


Bankruptcy Attorney

Michigan

Detroit, MI 48226
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About Joel Piell

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Michigan

    Admitted in

Experience

  • Miller Canfield

    Principal

Languages

  • English

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Joel Piell's Office Location

150 W Jefferson Ave

Detroit, MI 48226


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Joel Piell practice in?

Joel Piell is admitted to practice in Michigan.

What types of law does Joel Piell practice?

Joel Piell practices bankruptcy law as well as business law, employment law, energy, oil & gas law, environmental law, family law, gov & administrative law, health care law, immigration law, intellectual property, international law, products liability, real estate law and tax law.

Where is Joel Piell's office located?

Joel Piell's office is located at 150 W Jefferson Ave Detroit, MI 48226.

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