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Firm Mission & Vision

Our Mission

The Firm’s mission is to provide legal and related services that exceed the Client’s expectations  of the attorney-Client relationship. We believe in solving problems and creating value in unexpected ways.  We treat our Clients’ business as our business.   We actively promote our Clients and look for ways to grow their businesses and improve their lives.  We encourage our Clients and our Employees to reach beyond what is comfortable and usual, in order to see and achieve what is possible.  With insight and dedication to creative collaboration, we help our Clients, and each other, achieve better,smarter and more efficient results.

Our Vision

The Firms vision is to be the destination when efficient, reliable and timely legal services are sought; to earn our Client’s trust by ensuring integrity, professionalism, and responsiveness in the services provided.

Our Firm

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J. Kevin Winters

Kevin Winters is the founder and President of JK. Winters P.C. Mr. Winters has over 35 years of business experience from owning and operating a real estate firm (15 years) to becoming a shareholder an…
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Anne M. Winters, SHRM – CP

Anne Winters is the Firm Administrator for JK. Winters P.C.  She has nearly 20 years’ experience managing, planning and supporting corporate operational and administrative functions. Ms. Winters as…
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J. Latif Baig

Of Counsel J. Latif Baig is Of Counsel with JK. Winters P.C. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance in 1981 and J.D. in 1984, both from Wayne State University. Mr. Baig has over 35 years of bu…
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Autumn M. Mahler

Administrative Assistant Autumn Mahler is the Administrative Assistant for JK. Winters P.C. She assists the Firm’s Administrator in general operations, including applying the Firm’s business princ…
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Tonya L. Woodrough

Tonya Woodrough is a certified paralegal for JK. Winters P.C. She has a degree from Michigan State University and completed the Post-Bachelor Legal Studies program at Lansing Community College. She al…
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Ethics Committee


The JK. Winters P.C. Ethics Committee was created to facilitate and protect our relationships with our clients. Except when permitted by the Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct (“MRPC”), or similar rules in other states, JK. Winters P.C. will not represent a client when a conflict of interest exists between the potential client and an existing client or former client, or any of the attorneys of our firm.  Avoiding conflicts of interest ensures that our loyalty to our clients is not compromised and the attorney-client relationship is protected. We believe that loyalty to our clients is the foundation of a strong attorney-client relationship.  Prior to taking on a new matter, we will verify that nothing stands in the way of our vigorous representation of a client.

One of the purposes of the MRPC, similar rules in other states, and JK. Winters PC  Ethics Committee (“Ethics Committee”), is to help Winters PC  lawyers avoid conflicts of interest and to protect the attorney-client relationship.

We believe that loyalty to our clients is the foundation of a strong attorney-client relationships.  Prior to taking on a new matter, we will verify that nothing stands in the way of our vigorous representation of a client.

When a question of representation arises, the Ethics Committee determines if the proposed representation will result in a conflict of interest.  Many times this process is easy; other times, more thought and evaluation is needed.  The Ethics Committee is charged with examining any situation where there is an actual conflict, a potential conflict, and even the appearance of a conflict with the attorney-client relationship.  A formal request for an Opinion is made by the attorney to the Ethics Committee.  The Ethics Committee then applies the MRPC and the relevant Ethics Opinions issued by the State Bar of Michigan, or the rules and opinions of the state where the question arises.  The Ethics Committee then issues a written Opinion on the matter, to the requesting attorney, to enable the attorney to proceed appropriately.

The direction given by the Ethics Committee can include taking on the new matter, turning down anew matter because there is a conflict with either a current or former client,or putting in place procedures and processes that ensure the sanctity of the attorney-client relationship.  In addition, not all conflicts result in the need to decline representation; after full disclosure of the potential conflict, a clients in some instances can consent to the representation and waive any conflicts.  All matters are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

JK. Winters P.C. is committed to doing everything we can to build strong attorney-client relationships based upon trust, loyalty, and confidentiality.  The JK. Winters P.C. Ethics Committee is another example of our firm’s tradition of excellence, integrity and service.