Items Tagged with 'Warner Norcross & Judd'


Change-Ups: Dozeman re-elected managing partner

January 17, 2020
Douglas A. Dozeman was re-elected for a third, two-year term as managing partner of Warner Norcross + Judd LLP. Read More

Incorporate estate planning into New Year’s resolutions

December 7, 2018
As we enter the holiday season, many are focused on year-end giving. Whether it’s gifting to friends and family members or charitable organizations, it’s easy to get in the spirit of planning, purchasing and delivering. Read More

Report results could slow growth

Portions of Berrien, Muskegon, Allegan failed to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 70 parts per billion ozone precursors.

August 24, 2018
A new environmental report might hurt new and expanding businesses in West Michigan. Read More

Is drone privacy up to the states?

August 17, 2018
Have you seen a drone hovering above you recently? It wouldn’t be surprising, given how ubiquitous consumer drones are becoming – as many as 2.5 million now share our national airspace. Read More

Short-term vacation rentals battered in Michigan

July 13, 2018
Planning to rent a cottage this summer so your family can enjoy a little “Pure Michigan” time on the beach? Read More

What would tariffs on auto imports mean for suppliers?

June 15, 2018
If you work in the auto industry — for an original equipment manufacturer, supplier or otherwise — it’s likely you felt shock waves as the White House announced last month its investigation into the national security risks imposed by imported vehicles. Read More

Using outside directors in your family business

May 25, 2018
Publicly traded companies have boards of directors primarily comprised of outsiders. Read More

One-year grace period for inventors is alive but not well

March 30, 2018

Signed into law in 2011, the America Invents Act provides a one-year grace period for inventors or applicants to file patent applications for their invention.

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A checklist for subdividing real estate

March 16, 2018
Purchasing only part of an existing tract of real estate or subdividing an existing tract of real estate into two or more parcels makes a typical real estate transaction much more complex. Read More

Get your slice of the state contract pie

February 23, 2018
Every year, the state of Michigan invites businesses to bid on $53 billion in contracts for construction projects, goods or services. Read More