Discovery will change dramatically under a new Michigan Supreme Court rule requiring judges to be “participant observers” in a more collaborative civil litigation process.
A party cannot overcome insufficient deposition testimony through a contradictory affidavit.
If you can’t remember last night at the bar, you probably shouldn't file a lawsuit when you wake up in the hospital.
In new unpublished case, Michigan Court of Appeals rules black ice is open and obvious.
Don’t be spooked by your own “phantom employees” in premises liability cases.
You could feel like a sad face emoji if comments found on your own social media accounts bolster a plaintiff’s premises liability claim.
If food manufacturers produce clean food or use clean labels, then they should steer clear of business risks arising from claims of false advertising and product adulteration.
An afternoon at the ball park could include foul balls, broken bats and flying hot dogs, so understand your personal risk before buying your tickets!
Appellate court reluctantly applies open and obvious doctrine in snow and ice case involving claim of ordinary negligence.
Michigan Supreme Court ruling reinforces open and obvious doctrine in black ice case.
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