2723 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI
Dykema is a leading national law firm with a Midwest heritage that has been serving clients for more than a century. The firm is consistently recognized as one of the top 150 law firms in the United States. Dykema has become a strategic partner and the firm of choice for many Fortune 1000, middle market, and startup companies that are increasingly attracted to the firms sophisticated practices, focus on practical solutions, quality lawyers, and commitment to providing value.
Our Ann Arbor office was established in 1971. Attorneys in this office practice in the litigation, employment, tax, health care, and corporate areas. The office has concentrated its focus on representing the growing biotech and high tech businesses surrounding the University of Michigan.
Sustainable Business Practices
Our firm tagline for our green efforts, "Think Green," is much more than just a catch phrase. It's a change in mindset. We are investing in energy-saving technology and using eco-friendly products. We are also taking practical, positive steps to go from idea to reality. In each of our ten offices we have recycling programs for paper and most of our offices are also recycling plastic, glass, aluminum and batteries. Our Washington D.C. office is located in an Energy Star certified building and complies with D.C. recycling regulations. To qualify for the Energy Star Award, the EPA has established strict guidelines for office buildings energy consumption and conservation. Only the top 25% of all buildings in the U.S. are recognized as an Energy Star Building. In addition, Dykema is a registered supporter of Earth Hour, which is a global opportunity to vote for the Earth by turning off all lights and electronics for one hour.
In Ann Arbor we have eliminated disposable dinnerware and flatware, as well as bottled water, in our conference rooms. In an effort to reduce paper use, we encourage electronic communications, two-sided printing, and re-use of printer cover sheets. We also encourage everyone to turn off their lights and electronics when they leave for the day