Practice Before the Michigan Tax Tribunal and Handling Small Claims Cases

When:  Jun 6, 2024 from 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)

Seminar Overview 

The poverty exemption, disabled veteran exemption, and the principal residence exemption are important forms of tax relief that require specific evidence and legal arguments to prevail. Taxpayers who are denied these exemptions usually navigate the appeals process before the Michigan Tax Tribunal without legal representation. This training will cover substantive property tax law, Michigan Tax Tribunal practice and procedure, and specific evidentiary issues in these kinds of cases.  Presenters include Peter Kopke, former Administrative Law Judge at the Michigan Tax Tribunal and Seth O’Loughlin of Hallahan & Associates.


Michigan State University College of Law
648 N Shaw Ln Ste., Room 472
East Lansing, MI 48824