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Cruz takes vaccine absurdity to new depths with Elmo

August 5, 2022

Berl Falbaum Come on, everyone. I will grant that the January 6 Select Committee hearings are important as is overturning Roe v. Wade, but I am beside myself that another “bombshell” is being ignored. Sure, I thought so. You don’t know what ...

MY TURN: Cooley celebration brought back fond memories

August 5, 2022

By Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief On the Summer Solstice, WMU-Cooley Law School marked its 50th year since being chartered as a legal institution of higher learning. The recent celebration at the Lansing campus of the law school, which at one time ...

Law Life: Steps for businesses ready to run with remote work options

August 5, 2022

By Stephen Scott BridgeTower Media Newswires Three days a week, I tie my shoes, throw on an oversize backpack with a change of clothes, and start my run to work. It is a meditative process that is utterly exhausting. Candidly, the only reason I am able to ...

Law Life: To mediate on Zoom or in person?

August 5, 2022

By Jeff Trueman BridgeTower Media Newswires We now know that Zoom works for mediation. Simply stated, it’s efficient. When participants don’t have to travel to a physical location in order to mediate a satisfactory outcome to a litigated dispute, ...

Defamation case cast mighty spell on a great nation

August 5, 2022

By Berl Falbaum I will begin with an apology and a confession. The apology first. I was asked if I would write about defamation lawsuits filed against each other by actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard. Sorry, can’t do it. With a ...

Surprise! Office birthday bust serves as warning to employers

August 5, 2022

By Stephen Scott BridgeTower Media Newswires Last month we threw a berry-themed first birthday party for my daughter. It was a blast, and the “smash cake” was a hit. But I was shocked at its cost when we could have simply grabbed a Hostess cupcake ...