Salvatore Prescott Set to Open Northville Office


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Salvatore Prescott PLLC, which specializes in employment law, civil rights, and business litigation, is set to open its new law office in downtown Northville in March.

“We also serve both individual and business clients throughout Michigan and are often in court in Detroit, Lansing, and Ann Arbor … so Northville is a great centrally located community in the southeastern Michigan area for us,” says Sarah Prescott, founding partner. “We are so excited to be a part of the Northville business community.”

The law office is also co-owned by Jennifer Salvatore and will be located at 105 E. Main St.

Salvatore practices areas of employment, civil rights, and business litigation.

Prescott practices on employment law and civil rights violations.

Hideaki Sano will also join the firm as of counsel and focuses on employment law, civil rights litigation, and complex civil litigation.

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