Businesses that participated in the COVID-19 era federal Employee Retention Credit program should prepare now for a possible audit by the Internal Revenue Service.
Michigan Supreme Court rules buyer’s “blanket” order of goods from supplier not sufficient to satisfy statute of frauds requirement that contracts include an identifiable quantity.
Individuals and businesses need to understand their options when an IRS tax controversy arises.
Here’s what you can do to protect your rights and interests when you are not a party to a lawsuit.
Usury savings clauses may no longer protect Michigan lenders from enforcement challenges if their loans contain facially usurious interest rates.
Facilitation can be an effective dispute resolution tool for participants who have patience, perspective and flexibility.
This post reviews the difference between motions for summary judgment and motions to dismiss, which are important tools for resolving litigation.
Adding appellate counsel to your legal team may be the advantage your case needs to win at trial and beyond.
Before your dispute can be litigated in court, you must have proper standing to bring the lawsuit.
Your contract could be interpreted and enforced differently than you think if a court rules its language is ambiguous.
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- What You Can do Now to Prepare for an IRS Employee Retention Credit Audit
- Calling Blanket Purchase Order a “Requirement Contract” in Supplier of Goods Dispute Doesn’t Make it so
- Understanding the 3 Options for IRS Notice Compliance
- Intervention Protects Your Rights, Interests in Litigation Filed by Others
- Michigan Supreme Court Rules Usury Savings Clauses no Longer Protect Lenders Charging Facially Usurious Interest Rates
- 5 Things to Consider Before you Begin Facilitation
- Motion to Dismiss or Motion for Summary Judgment? Why Does it Matter if I Just Want my Case to go Away?
- Dispelling Misconceptions About the Role of Appellate Lawyers at Trial
- What is 'Standing,' and Why Does it Matter in Litigation?
- What Happens When a Court Rules Your Contract is Ambiguous?