Posts tagged with ‘lawyers’

  • Slip and Fall Injuries

    As the weather in Michigan swings wildly from mild Spring-like afternoons to frigid Arctic blasts, everyone knows how quickly roads,…

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  • Protecting Your Rights Under the Michigan Employment Security Act

    If you’ve filed a claim for unemployment insurance benefits with the State of Michigan, it’s important to monitor any and…

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  • Default Judgments in Business Lawsuits

    For large businesses in particular, it is easy for a new lawsuit to slip between the cracks or get lost…

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  • When Trademarks and Free Speech Intersect

    Last month, the United States Supreme Court decided to hear an appeal from the United States Patent and Trademark Office…

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  • Dram Shop Act

    Michigan, like most states, has a Dram Shop Act, which imposes liability on a bar or restaurant that serves alcohol…

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  • Strict Liability for Dog Bite Cases in Michigan

    In some states, an owner is not strictly liable for injuries caused by domestic animals, such as dogs, unless he…

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  • Navigating Non-compete Clauses: Buying and Selling a Business

    While most people think of non-compete clauses in the context of an employee moving from one job to another in…

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  • Contract Drafting In Simple Terms

    Tishkoff PLC | Contract Drafting In Simple Terms Whether it be a contract for the purchase and sale of real…

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  • An Offer They Can’t Refuse

    The federal court system provides a great, and far too often overlooked, tool for defendants: the offer of judgment. Under…

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  • Don’t Let The Nose Of Copyright Or Trademark Infringement Enter Your Tent

    There’s an old proverb that if you allow a camel to stick its nose into your tent, its body will…

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