An accomplished lawyer with a solid history of success representing businesses from start-ups to Fortune 10 companies, Mylika Radford concentrates her practice on Business Law, Construction, and Government Contracts. She has a wide range of experience, including representing companies in federal and state agency investigations and advocating for clients before administrative boards.
Ms. Radford also has experience in drafting contracts and negotiating win-win settlement agreements. Additionally, she has experience advising clients on regulatory matters such as mobile fueling, ride-sharing, autonomous vehicles, and other transportation-related matters. Mylika has represented clients in actions filed with federal courts, state courts, and regulatory agencies. She represented clients through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and is a licensed mediator. She has represented clients in both the public and private sectors in transportation, mass transit, telecommunications, retail, healthcare, utility, government contracts and construction industries.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Radford obtained successful results for clients as part of the litigation team at a legendary law firm. She also contributed to the litigation and antitrust practice groups of a national law firm. There, she gained experience in antitrust and trade regulation, consumer class actions, mobility, and autonomous vehicle regulation. She also contributed to the Corporate Compliance Office of a major insurance company and spent several years in the Office of General Counsel and Compliance Office at one of the “big three” automakers.
Mylika holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Detroit Mercy, where she graduated with honors. She also holds a Master of Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy Schools of Business and Law.
During her law school tenure, Mylika served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Judge Patrick Duggan, Jr. at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and Hon. Chief Judge Edward Ewell, Jr. She enhanced her leadership skills in law school as the President of the Black Law Students Association.
As a recognized legal professional, Ms. Radford believes in second chances and has successfully represented pro bono clients with prior criminal convictions to obtain expungements. She is a problem solver who applies her experience gained at industry giants – in the retail, automotive, and health care industries – to provide clients with practical solutions.
University of Detroit Mercy, Magna Cum Laude, B.A.
University of Detroit Mercy, M.B.A
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, J.D.
U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan
American Bar Association
D. Augustus Straker Bar Association
UDM School of Law Alumni Association
UDM Alumni Association of Black Lawyers and Judges