Attorney Kyle M. Dysarz

Kyle M. Dysarz

kyle.dysarz@ceflawyers.com
P: 248-351-7174
F: 248-351-7175
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Kyle is a member of the firm’s insurance coverage group. He regularly provides clients with formal opinions on the coverages afforded by commercial general liability, business owners, homeowners, and umbrella insurance policies, and he assists with drafting reservations of rights and declinations as needed. Kyle also litigates declaratory judgment actions in connection with claims of bodily injury, property damage, construction defects, personal and advertising injury, and toxic torts. In addition to his focus on insurance coverage, Kyle also has experience as a defense litigator and has handled a variety of complex disputes, including wrongful death claims, construction defect claims, and bad faith insurance claims.


AREAS OF PRACTICE

Insurance Coverage


EDUCATION

Michigan State University College of Law
(J.D. 2013)

Michigan State University
(B.A. 2010)


ADMISSIONS

State Bar of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan


ACCOMPLISHMENTS & AWARDS

Successfully completed MIIASIU’s Annual Training Seminar on Fake Claims – Real Investigations (2017)

Recipient of the Bernard J. Fieger Scholarship for the most promising student entering the MSU Law Trial Practice Institute

Recipient of the Walter E. Oberer Scholarship for exhibiting outstanding trial advocacy skills in the MSU Law Trial Practice Institute

Jurisprudence Award, MSU Law Trial Practice Institute, Pretrial II

MSU Law Research, Writing, and Advocacy Department’s Oral Argument Semi-finalist

MSU Moot Court Trial Advocacy Board, National Trial Competition Regional Finalist

MSU Law All School Moot Court Trial Competition Runner-up

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Oakland County Bar Association
Defense Research Institute


PROMINENT OUTCOMES

Won summary disposition in Washtenaw County Circuit Court for a well-established Ann Arbor hotel and restaurant based upon its lack of notice in a unique premises liability case. The Court found that the hotel and restaurant had no actual or constructive notice of any alleged water on its stairs prior to plaintiff’s fall and summary disposition was proper pursuant to Michigan Supreme Court’s 2016 Lowrey decision. (May 2018)


COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Kyle volunteers as a judge at the Michigan State College of Law’s ABA Regional Arbitration Competition. The event gives law school students opportunities to participate in mock arbitrations.

Kyle is also an oral argument volunteer Judge at University of Michigan’s Legal Practice Program.