Columns

Transition: the long goodbye, Part I

March 31, 2015

Edward Poll, The Daily Record Newswire Short and sweet, or long and tearful? Which kind of goodbye fits your typical modus operandi? If you like the short and sweet variety, you’ll have to rethink your habits when it’s time to say goodbye to your ...

North Carolina weighs in on judges and social media

March 31, 2015

Nicole Black, The Daily Record Newswire Judges using social media: It’s an issue that’s been gaining more attention as social media permeates all aspects of our lives. In the majority of jurisdictions the ethics committees have concluded that it ...

401(k) restatement deadline is approaching

March 31, 2015

John C. Hughes, The Daily Record Newswire Most businesses, large and small, maintain a “401(k)” and/or “profit sharing” plan. Most of those plans exist on documents that are considered by the IRS to be “preapproved” documents. ...

The killing of George Stinney Jr.

March 31, 2015

R. Marc Kantrowitz, The Daily Record Newswire As the first jolts of electricity bolted through his slight body, the ill-fitting mask that had been placed over his small head shot off as if propelled by rocket fuel. A contorted face with tear-filled eyes and ...

A piece of the pie for a piece of the work

March 31, 2015

Edward Poll, The Daily Record Newswire Everyone wants a piece of the pie - and we're not talking about banana cream here. In terms of law firms, lawyers want a piece of the pie, too - and firms should strongly consider serving it to them. All firms of two ...

LEGAL PEOPLE

March 31, 2015

Fabrizio & Brook P.C. Fabrizio & Brook's Managing Shareholder Jonathan Engman was recently appointed to sit as a case evaluator in Oakland County Michigan for a 5-year term. Case evaluation panels in the State of Michigan are made of up three attorneys, ...