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Lori Gibson

Law firm plans for hiring after practice growth

A law firm is focusing on strategic hiring to serve growing segments of its client base, due to the growing economy in West Michigan. Read More

Judge sentences ex-marketing exec for fraud

A former marketing director at a college in the region has been sentenced to prison for defrauding the school. Read More

Better voter turnout needed

LANSING — With voter turnout in Michigan steadily declining, some lawmakers and state officials are looking for ways to make voting easier. Read More

Health workers to spot human trafficking

LANSING — Criminals who sell victims for sex or labor leave marks that are rarely noticeable to the average person, but doctors and nurses have a unique advantage to spot these red flags and intervene — if they are properly trained. Read More

IRS data and analysis of Form 1042-S filings of interest

Over the past year we have seen many reports on international taxation. From inversions to Double Irish tax structures, mainstream media has become interested in tax policy. Read More

Feds charge woman over $2M in false tax refunds

A woman who promoted herself as the "No. 1 Tax Lady" is in hot water with the Internal Revenue Service. Read More

City approves police body camera funding

Grand Rapids city commissioners have approved $674,124 to fund the implementation of body cameras for the Grand Rapids Police Department. Read More

Judge sentences woman for Ponzi scheme

A judge has sentenced a woman to prison and ordered her to pay restitution for her role in a Ponzi scheme. Read More

Public Record

March 20 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

March 13 — Mortgages Read More