Items Tagged with 'Rhoades McKee'


IRS offers shortcut to tax-exempt status

August 1, 2014
Founding a nonprofit often is based on a vision of helping make the world a happier, healthier, better place — but the process can be a nightmare. Read More

Law firm moves into downtown space

July 2, 2014
A law firm with a long history downtown has moved into its newly designed space across town. Read More

Gay couple sues Michigan for recognition of out-of-state marriage

June 18, 2014
A gay couple working with a local attorney has filed a lawsuit against the state of Michigan over the state’s failure to recognize their out-of-state marriage. Read More

Gay marriages recognized by feds

March 28, 2014
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said recently that the federal government will recognize the same-sex marriages performed in Michigan last month. Read More

Court decision leaves question mark over net neutrality

Ruling could give ISPs significant power over content, pricing.

February 14, 2014
A recent court decision by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals concerning net neutrality has those in the legal community keeping a close eye on developments. Read More

Law firm elects executive committee

January 28, 2014
Due to happenstance, a local law firm recently elected an all new three-person executive committee. Read More

Law firm relocates downtown

December 9, 2013
A law firm is moving across downtown. Read More

A rewarding and fantastic experience

Grand Rapids attorney nears the end of his term as State Bar of Michigan president.

August 30, 2013
With his year-long term as president of the State Bar of Michigan winding down, Bruce Courtade said it came up on him faster than he thought it would, and it’s ending sooner than he thought it should. Read More

Court upholds $10M judgment for Rhoades McKee

August 27, 2013
The state Court of Appeals upheld this month nearly all of an $8 million jury verdict, plus interest and fees, in the case of Michael Ward, et al. v. Kevin Flynn, Renovo Services, LLC and Emerald Ventures, Inc. Read More

New business court receives good early grade

August 31, 2012
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Mark Smith, a shareholder and litigator for Rhoades McKee, has taken part in the Specialized Business Docket, the official name for what is basically a pilot program to determine whether the state’s circuit court system should establish a court solely dedicated to business matters. Read More