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Jeffrey Battershall

Attorney wins Carol Van Andel Angel of Excellence Award

A local attorney has been honored for his legal assistance to a major institution downtown. Read More

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GRPD hosting recruitment event for women

The Grand Rapids Police Department wants more women to protect and serve its community. Read More

Public agency sues firms

FRASER — A lawsuit has been filed against three companies in connection with the collapse of a sewer line north of Detroit that cost $75 million to repair. Read More

Federal judge keeps UAW lawsuit in Ohio

DETROIT — A federal judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by the United Auto Workers against General Motors over the closing of three plants should be heard in Ohio. Read More

Ex-NFL player and woman settle suits against MSU

EAST LANSING — A former NFL player has settled a lawsuit against Michigan State University alleging his rights were violated when he was expelled after a sexual misconduct investigation. Read More

Study: Pharmacists were underpaid for drugs

A new study shows middleman Medicaid management companies potentially overcharged Michigan taxpayers by at least $64 million over two years. Read More

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Security firm expands footprint

A locally based security operations and investigations firm has added another office on the state’s east side. Read More

Religious group sues over state policy on adoption

A faith-based social services agency that declines to place children with same-sex couples has filed a lawsuit to stop Michigan from penalizing the group if it sticks to its policy on foster care and adoption. Read More

Court ruling puts Medicaid work requirements in peril

A U.S. district judge’s ruling that work requirements for Medicaid recipients should not have been approved in Kentucky and Arkansas could lead to a similar ruling in Michigan, according to critics of the requirements lawmakers approved last year. Read More

Michigan AG plans crackdown on worker misclassification

LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said her office will target businesses that cheat their employees of wages, pledging a forceful crackdown on what she called an under-the-radar problem that also lets companies dodge taxes. Read More

New rules for transferring business real property without uncapping

Will transferring business real property from one family entity to another trigger higher property taxes? Read More

Public Record

May 10 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

May 3 — Mortgages Read More