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Bruce Courtade

Attorneys win state bar awards

Two West Michigan attorneys will be honored by the State Bar of Michigan this month. Read More

Railtown Brewing

Breweries doing battle over branding in court

Railtown Brewing Company filed suit against a nearby startup brewery over branding confusion. Read More

State health chief fights manslaughter charges

FLINT — The head of Michigan's health department is trying to overturn a decision that sends him to trial for two deaths in the Flint water crisis. Read More

Sheriff sues boat maker

A sheriff says a Lake Michigan patrol boat is missing key equipment, two years after it was delivered at a cost of $600,000. Read More

Legal tussle puts redistricting proposal on November ballot

After a long legal battle, voters in Michigan will have the option of choosing who will redraw Michigan’s district maps in the future. Read More

Minimizing surprises in your company’s supply chain

It's a common scenario in supply chains where manufacturers use just-in-time inventory for their production needs: a client contacts us to explain the facts of their supply dispute and seeks advice on the possible consequences resulting from those facts (i.e., line is going to shut down). Read More

State drops conviction box from job and license applications

LANSING — Governor Rick Snyder is ordering the state to no longer ask job applicants and people seeking certain occupational licenses to check a box if they’ve been convicted of a felony. Read More

Judge sentences doctor to prison

DEARBORN — A podiatrist has been sentenced to 28 months in federal prison after receiving about $340,000 from Medicare in a fraudulent billing scheme. Read More

Statewide legal association selects president

A West Michigan prosecutor who won murder convictions in two high-profile cases will lead a statewide association of prosecutors for a year. Read More

Danielle Dawson

Law firm hires attorney

A law firm in town has added a new attorney to its team. Read More

State extends deadline for medical marijuana businesses

LANSING — Michigan regulators have again extended the deadline for medical marijuana businesses to be licensed, allowing 108 facilities to continue operating, while warning that 98 others will be issued cease-and-desist letters if they do not close. Read More

US Supreme Court rejects appeal over Michigan election law

The U.S. Supreme Court won't intervene in a dispute over Michigan's ban on straight-party voting. Read More

November elections: Ballot threatens Michigan workers

In November, Michigan voters will decide on a series of initiatives that could impact our way of life and our ability to compete for many years to come. Read More

Legalizing marijuana sure to impact Michigan employers

The battle for legalizing marijuana in Michigan reaches its climax Nov. 6. Read More

State board certifies voting initiative for ballot

DELTA TOWNSHIP — The Michigan elections board has certified a voting initiative for the November ballot that would allow same-day voter registration, no-reason absentee voting and reinstate the straight-ticket voting option. Read More

Ex-city employee sentenced for embezzlement

DETROIT — A former city employee has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after she pleaded guilty to embezzling $265,000. Read More

Public Record

Sept. 14 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

Sept. 7 — Mortgages Read More