Johnston, Sztykiel & Hunt is a Michigan Legal Professional Corporation
Joseph N. Fraser. 2007 recipient of Michigan State University College of Law’s full King Merit Scholarship. Former law clerk for Macomb County’s Probate Court and Wayne County’s Third Circuit Criminal Court. Juris Doctorate with honors. Mr. Fraser handles complex civil litigation through pre-trial, trial, and appeal in the State and Federal Courts of Michigan.
Parisa earned her Bachelors degree from Florida Institute of Technology and her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law, where she graduated cum laude in 2010. Parisa then completed a clerkship with the Complex Business Litigation Division of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami, Florida and spent six years working as an Associate Attorney for a litigation firm in Miami, Florida handling various types of civil litigation matters, including commercial litigation, personal injury,
Doug Moseley is an experienced litigation attorney who has handled personal injury and commercial cases throughout his career. Doug has represented plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims such as trucking accidents, 1st and 3rd party auto matters, dram shop issues, premises liability, and construction injury litigation. His commercial expertise includes land use, breach of contract claims, collection matters, construction defects, and licensing procedures.
Ms. Gehart has a comprehensive background in the areas of commercial litigation, dental malpractice defense, insurance defense, labor and employment law. She has represented clients before federal and state courts, administrative entities and arbitrators. She focuses her practice on defending insurance company’s and individual clients.
Albion College, B.A., cum laude, 1974; University of Notre Dame du Lac, J.D., 1977. Recipient of the Barrett Award for Trial Advocacy, 1977. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Oakland County, 1977-1981. Member of Michigan, Detroit Metropolitan and Oakland County Bar Associations. Martindale-Hubbell AV® Rating.