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Notable Provisions Within…

Notable Provisions Within New Infrastructure Law

Signed into law on November 15, 2021, the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (“the IIJA”) contains various provisions that may be of interest to small businesses and other employers. In a prior article, we advised that the Emplo… Read More
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Holiday Cheer

Holiday Cheer

Next Wednesday, the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce will kick off the season with its annual holiday luncheon! The Chamber’s Women’s Business Committee has planned for a celebration at the charming Longacre House in Farmington Hills.… Read More
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Can Computer Science Engi…

Can Computer Science Engineers Replace Attorneys?

The legal profession has been a trusted source of conflict prevention and resolution for centuries, with the first attorneys in history dating as far back as Ancient Greece and Rome. But there is a growing group of 21st century computer scientists wh… Read More
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‘Tis the Season… to B…

‘Tis the Season… to Beware

Nine years ago, I wrote a piece for this forum under this same title. Hearing an interview this morning with a representative of the Better Business Bureau on the same subject (updated for 2021), I revisited my old article. My, how things have change… Read More
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Top Lawyers of Metro Detr…

Top Lawyers of Metro Detroit

Each year, DBusiness Magazine shares its list of Top Lawyers in Metro Detroit. Honorees are chosen based on a peer review survey completed by attorneys across Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Livingston, and Washtenaw counties. Throughout the annual selection… Read More
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"Let the Seller Beware"

There’s an old proverb, “Let the buyer beware.” A recent opinion issued by the Michigan Court of Appeals (Galvan v Poon, Mich App No. 76047, August 19, 2021), however, has turned this time-honored legal principle a bit on its head. In Michigan,… Read More
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Veterans Day

Veterans Day

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was established marking the beginning of the end of World War I. Commemorated as Armistice Day the following year, November 11th became a legal federal holiday in the United Sta… Read More
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Vaccine Mandate Suspended

Vaccine Mandate Suspended

Last Thursday, the Biden Administration unveiled its OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard – a detailed set of rules requiring mandatory vaccination, or mask-wearing with weekly COVID tests, for employees of companies with 100 or more workers. The rule… Read More
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Gifting for Good

Gifting for Good

With the new month comes the beginning of the holiday shopping season. If your gift list is in need of something special, look no further than the Alternative Christmas Fair hosted by Hope Lutheran Church of Farmington Hills. After going virtual last… Read More
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Real Property Ownership:…

Real Property Ownership: Your Interest Matters

How title to real estate is held between owners and the legal consequences of that ownership are common areas of misunderstanding that we work through with clients. There are situations where a property owner believes they know what form of ownership… Read More
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