Mr. Currier has practiced for over 35 years in municipal law, including representation of cities and school districts, real estate, telecommunications, probate and construction law, and serves as a commercial and construction arbitrator.
Michigan Distinguished Municipal Attorney Award for 2012
Michigan Super Lawyer, 2006-Present
Dbusiness Top Lawyers
City Attorney for the City of Birmingham
Attorney for the Dearborn Public Schools
Attorney for the Lapeer Area Schools
Attorney for the Emergency Financial Manager of the City of Pontiac
Attorney for the Troy School District
Attorney for the Lincoln Consolidated School District
Attorney for the Birmingham Area Cable Board
Attorney for the Intergovernmental Cable Communications Authority
Attorney for the Bloomfield Village Association
President of the Michigan Counsel of School Attorneys 1990-1992
American Arbitration Association, Certified Construction Arbitrator
Financial Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Arbitrator
Martindale Hubble AV Rating
Beier Howlett, Chief Executive Officer, 1995-present
Daisey Bickel et al v Korean Airlines, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (Docket number 94-1098 1996) — Issues regarding the applicable law of damages resulting from the Russian shoot down of KAL 007.
Harbor Telegraph, 2103, LLC v City of Birmingham, Oakland County Circuit Court — Complex litigation including 425 agreement, annexation and detachment issues.
In the Matter of William F. Dart Trust, Ingham County Probate Court — Comples trust litigation issues.
Kulak v City of Birmingham, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (No. 04-1510, June 19, 2005) — Successful defense of City''s removal of a Planning Baoerd member.
Pure Waters, Inc v City of Birmingham, 883 F> Supp 1999 ( ED Mich 1995) — Succesful defense of the City''s NPDES Permit