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Snyder appoints attorney to Michigan Supreme Court

November 27, 2017
LANSING — Governor Rick Snyder looked within his own staff to make his latest appointment to the Michigan Supreme Court. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court takes case of hot coals at century-old inn

October 5, 2017
| By AP
ARCADIA — The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to look at the case of a 10-year-old girl who burned her foot on hot coals a day after a Lake Michigan beach bonfire. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court rules on land-transfer case

July 19, 2017
| By AP
Two northern Michigan townships have won a key ruling from the Michigan Supreme Court in a dispute over valuable land for a commercial project. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court votes on inheritance dispute

April 18, 2017
| By AP
After hearing arguments, the Michigan Supreme Court won't intervene in a dispute over an inheritance in Allegan County. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court justice is resigning

March 30, 2017
Robert Young Jr., an outspoken conservative, is resigning from the Michigan Supreme Court after 18 years, including six as chief justice. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court will consider proposal to improve indigent defense

March 4, 2016
Michigan is one of the worst states in the nation for indigent defense, but that could change if the Michigan Supreme Court adopts a set of standards proposed by the Michigan Indigent Defense Commission this spring. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court’s SEV ruling may result in refunds

Law firm wins fight regarding Real Estate Transfer Tax Act.

July 31, 2015
Attorneys from Warner Norcross succeeded in July in having the interpretation of a statute in the Real Estate Transfer Tax Act overturned by the Michigan Supreme Court. Read More

Fast on their feet

Appellate Practice Academy trains attorneys for highest courts.

April 24, 2015
Most attorneys will never set foot in front of the Michigan Supreme Court or the U.S. Supreme Court; those who do are likely to find themselves less prepared than they expected. Read More

How recent Supreme Court rulings may affect your business

February 6, 2015
Litigation has a way of disrupting a company like few other events. Read More

Court upholds $800K tab for leaking underground tanks

Company reportedly is again using the contaminated site.

September 26, 2014
LANSING — Michigan is owed more than $800,000 for cleanup costs, civil fines and administrative penalties for failure to properly remediate three sites with leaking underground storage tanks in Berrien County, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. Read More