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An in-depth look at specific West Michigan industries.
Estate-planning laws have not kept pace with the online world.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) We have numerous online accounts — photo and document storage accounts, online banking and brokerage accounts, music, movie, eBooks and other entertainment accounts, social media accounts, virtual stores where we sell products — the list goes on and on. Read More
Courts are siding with companies that make consumers actively participate.
Earlier this month it was widely reported that a Grandville-based online company called KlearGear had charged a Utah customer a penalty of $3,500 for posting a bad review of the company online. Read More
Warner Norcross worked with law firms in 22 foreign countries earlier this year to complete a $500 million acquisition on behalf of Toronto-based CCL Industries. Read More
Becky Renner Anderson is Edward Jones’ first million dollar woman in Michigan.
Unlike some college students, Becky Renner Anderson knew when she enrolled at Hope College what she wanted to do: work as an Edward Jones financial advisor. Read More
Lake Michigan Credit Union claims West Michigan firsts in size and mortgages.
Now in its 80th year, Lake Michigan Credit Union has announced it is the largest financial institution headquartered in West Michigan and also the region’s largest mortgage originator. Read More
Local Cohen Financial office completed one recently in Oregon.
The Grand Rapids office of Cohen Financial extended its reach to arrange financing for a deal that involved a building in Cottage Grove, Ore. Read More
Development firm has exclusive rights to city-owned land near downtown.
The city of Grand Rapids entered into a two-year property purchase agreement last week with Rockford Development LLC for a one-acre parcel on the near southwest side, not far from the downtown campus of Grand Valley State University. Read More
Couple is entitled to more than $470,000 in damages.
LANSING — A couple who bought a South Haven condo built on contaminated land two blocks from Lake Michigan is entitled to about $470,000 in damages from the realtor and her real estate agency that handled the deal, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled. Read More