A recent Michigan Court of Appeals ruling bans video recording but allows in-person observers for independent medical examinations.

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Michigan appellate court rules contractors may be loaned temporary property possession rights, allowing them to assert an open and obvious defense in a premises liability claim, a defense typically reserved for actual property owners.

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Michigan appellate court signals “play on” after plaintiff sues, alleging opponent had specific intent to harm his goalkeeper son during soccer game.

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With U.S. tort litigation continuing to climb to historic levels, arbitration may offer insurance providers lower costs, better venue option for resolving claims.

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Deceased student's intoxication results in appellate court affirming trial court's decision to bar wrongful death action filed by decedent's estate.

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Discovery will change dramatically under a new Michigan Supreme Court rule requiring judges to be “participant observers” in a more collaborative civil litigation process.

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A party cannot overcome insufficient deposition testimony through a contradictory affidavit.

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If you can’t remember last night at the bar, you probably shouldn't file a lawsuit when you wake up in the hospital.

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In new unpublished case, Michigan Court of Appeals rules black ice is open and obvious.

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