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Set the Stage

Set the Stage

On Saturday, the Farmington Players wrapped up its third show of the season, Unnecessary Farce. The award-winning stage comedy about a sting operation gone awry ran throughout the month of February. Among the audience for one of the final shows was P… Read More
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Less Odious NDAs

Less Odious NDAs

Wading into the crowded field of Democratic presidential hopefuls, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg faced sharp attacks for his company’s use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to ensure the confidentiality of settled sex discrimination cla… Read More
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Hitting the Right Note

Hitting the Right Note

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is breathing new life into one of the most well-known institutions in the city. Last month, the DSO announced that rising star Jader Bignamini will take over as Music Director, beginning with the 2020-2021 season. Audie… Read More
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The Right Direction on Re…

The Right Direction on Reverse Mortgages

“It’s easy to think [a reverse mortgage] can be the answer to your prayers,” said Danielle Laura of the Wayne Metro Community Action Agency. “My advice would be that a little healthy skepticism never hurt anyone.” Revers… Read More
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The Heart of Downtown Far…

The Heart of Downtown Farmington

The Farmington Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has partnered with local crowd-funding platform, Patronicity, as it hosts events intended to support a new public art project and help guide the mission of public art in Farmington. A Valentine even… Read More
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Silence is Golden

Silence is Golden

For years, several Michigan courts have banned non-lawyers from bringing cell phones and other portable electronic devices into courthouses. Historically, each court would set its own policies governing the use and access to such devices, and my pers… Read More
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State of the Cities

State of the Cities

Next week, Wright Beamer will be attending the State of the Cities breakfast hosted by the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce. This informative event will bring together Sara Bowman and Vicki Barnett, the mayors of Farmington and Farmington… Read More
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Engaged in Counterfeiting

Engaged in Counterfeiting

Trademark law often draws public interest because it involves familiar brands that we all use on a daily basis. And an important New York case, now on its way to the Federal Court of Appeals, involves a couple of big ones: Tiffany & Co. vs. Costc… Read More
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The Comfort of Books

The Comfort of Books

The Child Life Services team of Beaumont Children’s Hospital is committed to offering extraordinary care through easing emotional trauma and anxiety. Certified Child Life Specialists are trained in the developmental impact of illness and injury… Read More
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Planning for a SECURE Fut…

Planning for a SECURE Future

There is a retirement savings crisis looming in America. Not only are we living longer, but according to Northwestern Mutual, a third of those approaching retirement age have less than $25,000 socked away in a retirement plan. Further, the U.S. Burea… Read More
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