David B. Viar is an experienced trial and appellant advocate in disputes involving commercial transactions, trusts and estates, contract disputes and matrimonial law. Mr. Viar has handled a broad range of business litigation, including general breach of contract claims, minority shareholder freeze – out actions, sales representative terminations and commercial real estate brokerage commission disputes. Mr. Viar has tried several police misconduct and excessive force cases in the state and federal courts all resulting in decisive victories for his clients. He also served as the Shelby Township attorney for four years where he handled complex land use, zoning and employment issues.

Mr. Viar also represents commercial property owners and managers in landlord/tenant litigation and eviction proceedings. He is regularly involved in lawsuits concerning trademark and copyright, disloyal or unfair competition, misuse of trade secrets, and terminations involving companies and their employees, distributors and representatives.

Mr. Viar was appointed to the position of Public Administrator by Attorney General Mike Cox in 2004. He has extensive experience in the areas of trust administration and probate litigation.

In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Viar frequently counsels individuals and businesses on a wide variety of issues including business formation, employment contracts, and corporate governance.