Kyle’s practice is commercial litigation. He has represented clients in a wide array of litigation, including trials, administrative trials, and on appeal. He has unique experience in environmental/land-use litigation and Employee Retirement Income Security Act litigation. Kyle has recovered millions of dollars for companies throughout the state that were victims of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's ERISA violations.
As for the environmental and land use area, Kyle has trial and appellate experience with contested case hearings in the Michigan Administrative Hearing System, along with significant state court litigation experience (including having statutes preventing a $120 million development declared unconstitutional). His litigation experience has involved numerous parts of Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, including Part 17 (Michigan Environmental Protection Act), Part 31 (Water Resources Protection), Part 201 (Environmental Remediation), and Part 353 (Sand Dune Protection & Management). Kyle's cases have also involved an in-depth understanding of federal laws, such as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act - a.k.a Superfund (CERCLA) and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Kyle has also successfully litigated numerous cases involving Michigan's Zoning Enabling Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kyle P. Konwinski