- change ups
Firms, legislation, trends and awards
Jennifer Remondino has been named partner in charge of Warner Norcross & Judd’s Holland office. Read More
A commission has recommended that Michigan judges get a 3 percent pay increase. Read More
A new Michigan law calls for the creation of a universal form that doctors can use when patients need prior authorization for coverage of prescription drugs. Read More
Dickinson Wright has been named Michigan Firm of the Year at the U.S. Benchmark Annual Awards. Read More
Our immigrant community is an asset to our state’s diversity, economy, culture, and future. Any negative message will have a significant impact on our ability to recruit talent, diversity, creativity and investment — foreign and domestic — in our state. Read More
National firm brings attorneys experienced in health care, qui tam and employment.
Minneapolis-based law firm Foley & Mansfield has expanded into Grand Rapids with an experienced team of qui tam — whistleblower laws — health care and employment law experts it hired away from the Frank Haron Wiener firm in Troy. Read More
Gruel Mills moved to new location — but its law library did not.
Judges and lawyers are steeped in tradition and processes. Stare decisis — the policy of courts to abide by principles established by decisions in earlier cases — is the norm, and change is an uncomfortable occurrence. Read More
Jobs can range from a couple of hours to several months.
Jessica Elin is trying something new: a contract paralegal service business. Read More