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Your company recently purchased the assets of another business through an asset purchase agreement, which specifically states the buyer is not assuming any liabilities of the seller. No need to worry about any of the seller’s liabilities coming back to haunt you, right? Read More
Company reportedly is again using the contaminated site.
LANSING — Michigan is owed more than $800,000 for cleanup costs, civil fines and administrative penalties for failure to properly remediate three sites with leaking underground storage tanks in Berrien County, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. Read More
For most small business owners, organic growth takes time, patience and a lot of hard work. In some instances, growth through acquisition of another company may be a quicker and better route. If you're a business owner and considering growth through acquisition, here are five practical tips to guide you: Read More
An attorney is asking the nation’s highest court to hear an intellectual property case involving the famous Sherlock Holmes character. Read More
On Aug. 5, Michigan voters elected to repeal Michigan’s personal property tax, or PPT. What does this mean for Michigan businesses? Read More
Eric Richards went to law school by default after being unable to get a job with a history degree.
Whether he’s defending a client inside a courtroom or slamming an opponent on a judo mat, one thing about Eric Richards remains consistent. Read More
Decision bars local courts from collecting costs from criminals.
LANSING — A Michigan Supreme Court decision cutting a major source of funding for local courts could cost some counties more than $1 million, unless the Legislature reinstates their ability to assess court costs in criminal cases. Read More