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Craig Mutch

Law firm appoints leadership

A local law firm has made changes to its management committee and several of its practice sections. Read More

Michael Wooldridge

Universal Forest names attorney to board

Universal Forest Products has appointed a local attorney to its board of directors. Read More

Judge dismisses lawsuit over sledding death

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against a park commission and its officials by the family of an 11-year-old boy who died in a sledding accident. Read More

County reaches settlement in excessive force suit

A man who said he was severely beaten while in jail has agreed to a settlement in a lawsuit against a county. Read More

Ric Roane

Couple seeks to ‘un-divorce’

A couple in New Hampshire asked a judge to undo their divorce after they realized its financial implications. Read More

PPT reform: Three exemptions and new tax could equal savings

If you do the math, changes to Michigan’s personal property tax could add up to new savings for most business taxpayers. Read More

Christina Elmore

Snyder appoints judge to 61st District Court

Governor Rick Snyder has appointed a new judge to the 61st District Court in Grand Rapids. Read More

For some, new legislation offers a PATH to lower taxes

Washington has adopted a tradition in recent years of allowing certain tax provisions to expire and then renewing them for a short period. Read More

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Is transgender the new protected class?

While Laverne Cox, the transgender star of the hit series “Orange is the New Black,” is bringing transgender awareness to America, federal courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor have been bringing transgender awareness to America’s employers for quite some time. And it appears the movement will continue. Read More

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New Affordable Care Act reporting requirements

If you provide or offer health insurance benefits to your employees, you could be subject to new reporting requirements. Read More

Public Record

Feb. 5 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

Jan. 29 — Mortgages Read More