Michael J. Huff

Michael J. Huff

Michael J. Huff is an attorney with Grand Rapids-based Mika Meyers. Huff specializes in mergers and acquisitions, commercial financing transactions, general corporate and business law and commercial and residential real estate transactions. He holds a B.A. in economics and management, magna cum laude, from Albion College, and a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School. Michael can be contacted at 616.632.8040 or mhuff at mikameyers dot com.


What do I need to know about capital when starting my business?

January 21, 2020
The financial questions to be addressed and considered when starting a new venture are broad and highly dependent on the specific issues related to the business being formed. Read More

What businesses can learn from the NBA’s $13M fraud case

November 30, 2019
We’re only one month into the 2019-2020 NBA season, and the Sacramento Kings recently have been in the news for the wrong reasons. An ESPN report revealed that the Kings’ former chief revenue officer, Jeff David, stole in excess of $13 million from the organization. The bulk of the funds were stolen over the course of a single NBA season. Read More

Funding your business: What can be learned from the Pac-12 Conference?

July 31, 2019
The primary concern for any business is determining how it will accumulate the cash necessary to fund its operations. A variety of options exist, including the most common, traditional methods engaged in by most owners of small and medium-sized businesses: obtaining bank financing and seeking equity contributions or loans from family, friends and business associates. Read More

The lawyer as a counselor

May 31, 2019
Most law firms advertise that they boast a roster of attorneys and counselors at law. The second role played by most attorneys, that of counselor, may be the most underappreciated and underutilized value a lawyer can bring to any given client matter. Read More

How long does the government have to reply to your request for information?

May 31, 2017
The manner in which Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act is to be interpreted has been a hot topic in recent months. Read More

Avoiding settlement agreements through higher-priority security interests

April 18, 2017
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a bankruptcy case that includes relevant lessons and considerations for lenders, investors and those manufacturers that finance the purchase of their goods. Read More

Do I really want to hire a lawyer?

January 19, 2017
Business owners often wonder if it is really necessary to hire a lawyer to analyze and counsel related to certain opportunities and risks facing their business. The hesitancy of business owners is understandable, since legal fees can quickly accumulate and short-run returns are not always immediately evident. Read More

Should I move to Delaware or stay in Michigan?

October 31, 2016
One of the most common questions attorneys receive from entrepreneurs seeking to start a new venture is if it makes sense to form their business in Delaware. Read More