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Dani K. Liblang
Dani K. Liblang

University of Detroit School of Law
J.D., Cum Laude, 1981

Oakland University
B.A., Psychology

Bar Admissions & Affiliations
1 State Bar of Michigan
2 U.S. District Court, E.D. Michigan
3 U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
4 U.S. District Court, W.D., Michigan
5 United States Supreme Court

State Bar of Michigan

Oakland County Bar Association

National Board of Trial Advocacy

National Association of Consumer Advocates

Michigan Association for Justice

Dani K. Liblang

Founder and Lead Partner

Dani K. Liblang became fascinated with the legal profession while observing and assisting her father, esteemed local attorney, Stanley Kurzman. Dani's undergraduate work included an Associate of Arts Degree (concentrating in commercial art and photography), and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Oakland University, graduating with honors.

It was in these formative years that Dani developed her appreciation for comforting the injured and fighting for the average Joe consumer. In college Dani purchased a Pontiac Astre "lemon" and developed an appreciation for how consumers can suffer economic stress when they purchase defective products. It was the Astre that honed Dani's interest in "lemon law." In 1981, Dani graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law Cum Laude. Thereafter, she launched her legal career and early on broke the glass ceiling by successfully competing in a male dominated litigation world. In 1987 Dani Liblang established Dani K. Liblang, P.C. wherein the firm specialized in lemon and consumer law.

For the past 30 years, Dani has been fighting the good fight and has developed a nationwide reputation as being one of the leading lemon and consumer law attorneys in Michigan and the United States.

Dani has been responsible for much of the current consumer and lemon law precedents in Michigan jurisprudence including Jordan v Transnational Motors, 212 Mich App 94; 537 NW2d 471 (1995); Ayer v Ford Motor Co, 200 Mich App 337, 503 NW2d 767 (1993); and Lavene v Winnebago Industries, 266 Mich App 470, 702 NW2d 652 (2005). These cases continue to provide a bed rock of legal support for consumers fighting large corporations who place poor products into the stream of commerce.

Dani was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 1982, and has also been admitted to the Michigan Supreme Court, all federal courts in Michigan, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Dani has also been admitted pro hac vice in several courts throughout the country, including Louisiana, Kentucky and California. Dani is one of Michigan's only consumer lawyers to receive the highest"AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell, and one of Michigan's only consumer lawyers to be board certified in trial advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Dani has served as the Chair, Chair-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer and Council Member for the State Bar of Michigan's Consumer Law Section and, in 2002 was awarded the National Association of Consumer Advocate's "Consumer Hero Award."

In addition to being a frequent seminar presenter for the National Consumer Law Center, the National Associate of Consumer Advocates, and the Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Dani is a frequent guest on radio and television shows. Her cases have also been featured on WDIV TV, and in the Detroit Free Press, Jalopnik and the Huffington Post.

Dani's singular focus on quality work product, fighting aggressively for her clients to achieve the best possible results and superior knowledge of consumer legal principals makes her the prime asset of The Liblang Law Firm, P.C. Often she goes above and beyond what other consumer lawyers would attempt to achieve in order to maximize the results for her clients. Together with her partner and staff, her leadership makes The Liblang Law Firm, P.C. the most respected and experienced consumer law firm in Michigan.

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