18th Jul 2014

I have to admit that I became a bit nostalgic when I received the consumer fireworks catalogue a couple months ago in the mail. It took me back to my early teens, flipping through the catalogue wondering what, if anything, … more

28th Jun 2012

Municipalities can breathe a sigh of relief from trip and fall claims and lawsuits now that the Michigan Legislature has brought the “two-inch rule” back to life. The rule gives local units of government the ability to rely upon a … more

10th Apr 2012

In a decision reinforcing the strength of the Michigan Uniform Trade Secrets Act (MUTSA), the Michigan Court of Appeals recently upheld a trial court decision enjoining an individual for three years from being employed by his former employer’s competitor, despite … more

Commercial Insurance Benefits Rewarded Mike Gibbons and Peter Gojcaj recently won a six figure judgment on behalf of a business client against its insurance company. The insurer refused to pay the benefit due after a loss covered by the client’s … more