- Posts by Marc P. Jerabek, CIPP/USPartner
Marc P. Jerabek is a partner with expertise in financial services, real estate and business matters. An accomplished litigator, Mr. Jerabek represents financial institutions, mortgage servicers, large and small businesses, and ...
New Michigan court rules have immediate impact on litigation procedure and costs in all cases filed in circuit courts.
Technology continues to change our lives and businesses, but do we understand the inherent vulnerabilities that come with this new tech age?
Following the massive Equifax data breach, businesses and consumers must remain vigilant.
Surviving a cyber attack requires preparedness from a legal, business and technology standpoint.
Using boilerplate affirmative defenses in litigation leaves you vulnerable
Michigan's garnishment system update should result in a more predictable process and reduced costs for creditors and garnishees.
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