With spring right around the corner, it’s the time of year homeowners begin to spruce up their homes or replace a frozen pipe that cracked during the winter months. While a fresh coat of paint or installing new light fixtures are often easy DIY projects, you might not always want to tackle the bigger projects yourself. Hiring a…Read more
What happens after a jury delivers a verdict? After a judge dismisses a case? Litigation at the trial court level is often viewed (and rightfully so) as the “big game” between a plaintiff and a defendant. But once a verdict is issued or a case dismissed, an appellate attorney’s job may only be beginning.
The appellate arena is a different ballp…Read more
A reoccurring question we receive from our clients is whether they can be sued if they allow a family member or friend to borrow their car and the family member or friend gets into an accident. People are sometimes surprised to learn that the answer to that question is yes – even if you were not a passenger at the time of the accident, and even if …Read more
At the beginning of this year, the Michigan legislature and Governor Snyder finalized the enactment of Senate Bill 558 and 560 - legislation that effectively abolishes dower rights in the state of Michigan. If you are not a real estate professional in Michigan, then you probably have no idea what a dower right is or why slews of real estate attorne…Read more
We all know the old saying “sharing is caring,” but these days, sharing is not only caring, it is capitalizing on unused assets, turning more and more people into overnight entrepreneurs. What am I talking about? I’m talking about the home sharing economy. Defined as a short-term rental where one rents part or all of his or her home for a short per…Read more