Business

  • Unjust Enrichment

    When two parties come to an agreement, whether it be for services, goods or something else, like an investment, a…

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  • The Danger Of Having A Default Entered Against You In Michigan

    When a corporation or limited liability company is conducting business in Michigan, it must be very careful when it receives…

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  • Michigan’s Policy Of Protecting The Purchasing Party In The Sale Of A Business In The Context On Non-Competition Provisions

    When deciding to sell one’s business, one of the key and essential issues that usually arises is the negotiation and/or…

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  • Anticompetitive Use Of Confidential Business Information

    Employers are often concerned with protecting “their” clients, wondering what they can do to make sure former employees do not…

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  • Franchise Law in Michigan

    Owning a franchise is a very popular way to generate income, but as with all business opportunities, there are unique…

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  • What is the scope of the doctrine of arbitral immunity under Michigan law and the Michigan Uniform Arbitration Act?

    When deciding whether to initiate a lawsuit against an arbitrator and/or arbitration organization, such as the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”),…

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  • Online Legal Advice: Who Can You Trust?

    Lincoln was, after all, a man ahead of his time.  Yet this meme is not only funny but very relevant…

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  • When Courts View Debt as Equity – And The Tax Implications

    A company may need additional funds, and one option as an owner is contributing funds in the form of debt…

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  • Considering Taxes When Forming a Company

    When creating a new business entity, part of the consideration is what type of entity to choose is based on…

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  • Do You Have a Potential Retaliation Claim?

    Were you punished because you reported your employer for a legal violation or were involved in an investigation that was…

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