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Attorney Information

MOC has not necessarily officially employed any of these attorneys. While many of these attorneys may offer a free consultation, you should expect to pay them should you choose to employ them.  If you know a lawyer that you think should be on this list, send us their contact information and we'll be happy to give them a call. Attorneys that will take on cases regarding firearm laws:

Dean G. Greenblatt
4190 Telegraph Rd
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302-2079
Phone: (248) 644-7520

Dean Greenblatt is Michigan Open Carry, Inc.’s corporate counsel. Typical firearm-related cases involve criminal defense; recovery of seized firearms; firearm trusts and representation of firearm manufacturers and retailers, criminal record expungement and restoration of firearm rights; and, right-to-carry civil litigation including landmark Michigan cases (Capital Area District Library v. Michigan Open Carry; Michigan Open Carry and Michigan Gun Owners v. Grand Rapids Convention and Arena Authority; Michigan Open Carry v. Clio Area School District; co-counsel representing MOC in MOC, MGO & MCRGO v Benson, Nessel,, and MOC, MGO & MCRGO v Wayne County Clerk).

James Makowski
6528 Schaefer Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 434-3900

Jim has represented Michigan Gun Owners in cases such as Michigan Gun Owners v Capital Area District Library, and Michigan Gun Oweners v. Ann Arbor Public Schools.  He has also handled open carry criminal cases such as People v Combs.

Steven W. Dulan
1750 East Grand River Ave.
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Phone: (517) 333-7132

Steve is a law professor at Cooley Law School as well as running his own private practice.  Additionally, he is on the board of directors for Michigan Coalition of Responsible Gun Owners as well as their corporate counsel.  In the past, he has won civil payouts in 42 USC 1983 cases such as Haman v. City of Warren.

Paul Ledford
3181 Prairie St. SW, Ste. 106
Grandville, Michigan 49418
Phone: (616) 257-3300

Mr. Ledford has been actively involved in representing gun related and self-defense cases in Michigan since 2001, including felony firearm and defense-related fatal shooting cases, cases involving brandishing and "pointing a gun" as a form of self-defense, and so-called "road rage" self-defense cases. Paul is a Life Member of the NRA, and is a referral attorney for various self-defense insurance programs, including the USCCA for which Mr. Ledford is also a member of the Legal Critical Response Team.