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Government Backed Paid Le…

Government Backed Paid Leave Set to Expire

Last spring, in the early throes of the pandemic, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). The Act focuses on encouraging workers sick with COVID-19 to stay home and quarantine, while also providing relief to parents… Read More
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It Is Not All Moot

It Is Not All Moot

In the age of COVID-19, collegiate moot court competitions – in which participants simulate an appellate court hearing by arguing the merits of a case – have, like so many other things, gone virtual. Moot court allows students an opportunity to u… Read More
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Emotional Support Animals…

Emotional Support Animals Grounded

The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced that it will be issuing a final rule early next year that makes significant changes to its current Air Carrier Access Act service animal rule. The DOT will exclude from the service animal definition al… Read More
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Love Your Neighbor

Love Your Neighbor

Nothing embodies the spirit of the holiday season more than the act of giving. And that giving is not only about wish lists and stocking stuffers. It is about spreading goodwill to others, especially those who need it most. This year, Wright Beamer c… Read More
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Never Too Early to Prepar…

Never Too Early to Prepare for Transition

As both Wall Street and “Main Street” continue to focus on the timeline for distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and the transition to a new presidential administration, we are reminded that change is the only constant in life. These developments ar… Read More
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History Repeating

History Repeating

At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, our founding fathers debated several systems for electing the President of the United States including legislative, direct, gubernatorial, electoral and lottery systems. With the knowledge that any system the… Read More
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A Top Lawyer

A Top Lawyer

We are pleased to announce that Evan Chall has been selected by DBusiness Magazine as one of Metro Detroit’s Top Lawyers for 2021! The annual list is developed based on peer reviews by attorneys across Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Livingston, and Washte… Read More
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'Tis the Season for... Sm…

'Tis the Season for... Small Business Saturday

While small businesses in general are the lifeblood of America, small retailers, service providers, shops, and restaurants are the lifeblood of our local communities. We all remember this past spring and the shutdown of nearly all aspects of our econ… Read More
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Things to Know (About Us!…

Things to Know (About Us!): Duane Reynolds

In the summer of 1968, shortly after the U.S. entered the Viet Nam War, a young Duane Reynolds joined the Army. He spent basic training in Fort Knox before being sent to Missouri to train as a combat engineer responsible for building field fortificat… Read More
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Gifts That Give Back

Gifts That Give Back

If you’re looking for a unique gift for the holiday season, look no further than the 20th Alternative Christmas Fair hosted by Hope Lutheran Church of Farmington Hills. This annual event will take place online this year, but will still offer shoppe… Read More
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