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Local attorney heads Defense Research Institute

A Grand Rapids attorney has been elected central regional director of the Defense Research Institute. Read More

Migrant workers sue seed company

A major seed company is being sued by more than 30 migrant farm workers who said they were underpaid while removing tassels from corn. Read More

Law coach for small businesses: finding, financing business opportunities

Growth-oriented companies constantly prepare for business synergy opportunities. Read More

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RFID maker earns patent for packaging product

A radio frequency identification company has been awarded a patent by the U.S. Patent Office for its packaging product that's designed to improve security and brand authenticity across the entire supply chain. Read More

Acquisition transaction reporting is incomplete, inaccurate

Corporate tax deserters, tax traitor, economic patriotism: We have heard these terms many times in recent weeks. Read More

GRCC offers Homeland Security training course

A new course offered this fall at a Grand Rapids college will have students and professionals on high alert as they learn how to assess, identify, protect and react to emergency situations. Read More

gold bars

Judge sentences man for gold fraud

A man has been sentenced to prison for failing to file income tax returns and running a multi-year scheme involving the bogus recovery of overseas gold. Read More

Bruce Neckers

Legal association launches chapter

A national legal association of mediators and arbitrators has launched a Michigan chapter with several charter members from the region. Read More

Uber ridesharing service off to great start in GR

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Uber, the mobile-app-based personal driving service that rolled out in Grand Rapids three weeks ago, is off to a great start in the city. Read More

Businessman receives seven-year prison sentence for fraud

A businessman who defrauded his victims of $1.4 million has landed himself in prison for the next seven years. Read More