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Danielle Mason Anderson

Law firm names office director

A Michigan-based law firm has named the new resident director of an office in the region. Read More

Jury convicts accountant of murdering colleague

A certified public accountant has been convicted of second-degree murder in the slaying of a prominent colleague. Read More


Attorneys look at potential jurors’ social media accounts

Attorneys often take a peek at the social media accounts of those selected for jury duty. Read More

Closely held corporations win religious freedom

The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby two weeks ago in the contraception coverage case, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, saying that closely held companies have religious freedom. Read More

Subleasing has pitfalls for the unwary

As the local economy continues to improve, we’re seeing industrial, office and retail spaces being snapped up as soon as they hit the market. Read More


UAV regulation debate drones on

The Federal Aviation Administration is virtually at war with U.S. businesses trying to use small UAVs — unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones — including businesses in West Michigan. Read More

Woman pleads no contest in Ponzi scheme

A woman has pleaded no contest for her role in a Ponzi scheme that bilked millions of dollars from senior citizen investors. Read More

Paul Jackson

Law firm names executive partner of lakeshore office

A local law firm has named the leader of one of its lakeshore offices. Read More

What’s so bad about a minimum wage?

From Seattle to Boston, governments are raising minimum wages. The only debate seems to be how high it should go. Read More

Made in Michigan: Case produces fruitful holding for business owners

As the material participation debate continues to ripen, taxpayers and tax professionals are provided with the sweet taste of clarity surrounding the question of whether a trust may materially participate in a trade or business. Read More

Appeals court approves suit against lifeguard

The Michigan appeals court said the family of a young man who drowned at a state-run school in the region can sue the lifeguard. Read More

Cooley Law School Lansing Masonic Temple

Cooley Law School plans job cuts

Thomas M. Cooley Law School is planning faculty and staff cuts as part of a strategy to "right size" the institution as enrollment and revenue decline. Read More

Eric Schneidewind

AARP names attorney president-elect

An attorney has been named president-elect of the board of AARP, the national nonprofit that advocates for people 50 and older. Read More

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