Evan Chall represents a diverse base of corporate and individual clients, with a focus on business litigation and employment law. Evan has been active in all phases of litigation: he has tried cases, taken and defended depositions, coordinated the discovery process, negotiated settlements, and argued motions in both state and federal courts.

Recent accomplishments include:

  • Obtained judgment at trial against a business for non-payment of account;
  • Negotiated a contract extension and settlement of claims between two medical industry companies;
  • Coordinated/managed the sale of company stock;
  • Negotiated favorable settlements of claims asserted by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services against insurance agent clients;
  • Initiated and defended against private arbitration claims in multiple cases;
  • Obtained dismissal of defamation claim and an order assessing monetary sanctions against plaintiffs;
  • Settled commercial landlord/tenant case for 100% of damages sought by client;
  • Negotiated the resolution of multiple state licensing complaints;
  • Settled probate disallowance case on behalf of creditor for more than 80% of the claim.

Evan graduated from Wayne State University Law School in 2008 and from Eastern Michigan University in 2005. Evan competed as an “attorney” on the 2005 Eastern Michigan University mock trial national team, where he began to develop his skills as an advocate.

At various times, Evan has also served as an adjunct professor at Henry Ford Community College, teaching a course in American government and political science. Evan draws from his experience as an educator to explain complex legal issues in a straight-forward, understandable manner.

In his spare time, Evan enjoys spending time with his wife and family, golfing, and pursuing physical fitness.