If you know these 10 things about protecting your trade secrets, you’re better informed than most Michigan business owners and executives.

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Your legal team could benefit from the 3 "Es" new attorneys bring to each engagement. 

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Protecting the rights of Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) minority members is best done with a well-crafted operating agreement.

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Many businesses prefer arbitration to resolve disputes, but if contractual questions arise about whether to arbitrate, the courts decide.

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Winning your case in court doesn’t always mean you win financially with the opposing party on the hook to pay your legal fees.

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Understanding preliminary injunctions and how they can help in Michigan commercial litigation.

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Pandemic reshapes litigation, provides opportunities for attorneys to practice new skills and highlights nation’s resilient court system.

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Asserting the first-breach rule as a defense in a contract dispute requires understanding the difference between a substantial and technical breach of the contract’s terms and conditions.

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When attorney fees are damages and collide with the limited jurisdiction of Michigan’s district courts, how can you maximize recovery within the court rules?

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