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.
Understanding the 5 narrow exceptions to successor liability in Michigan could help your business buy/sell deal close more smoothly.
If you know these 10 things about protecting your trade secrets, you’re better informed than most Michigan business owners and executives.
Your legal team could benefit from the 3 "Es" new attorneys bring to each engagement.
Protecting the rights of Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) minority members is best done with a well-crafted operating agreement.
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- 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?
- Understanding Michigan’s Successor Liability Law can Protect Your Business Deal
- 10 Things About Trade Secrets you may not but Should Probably Know
- What New Lawyers Bring to the Practice of Law
- What Rights do Limited Liability Company Minority Members Really Have?
- Arbitration or the Courtroom, Who Decides?