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  • ACLU, NAACP to Detroit: restore all water shutoffs, reform financial aid

    July 23, 2014

     The city of Detroit’s fifteen-day moratorium on water shut-offs, announced yesterday nearly four months after the shut-offs began, is welcomed but inadequate relief for a city in which thousands of residents either have lost or face the continuin

  • Duly Noted . . .

    July 23, 2014

     Back in 2011, Varnum launched the MiSpringboard program, designed to help new and second-stage businesses in Michigan grow by providing free legal services to entrepreneurs with bright ideas and limited means.

  • Business lawyer enjoys long distance challenge

    July 23, 2014

     A runner since his high school days, Nick Oertel is on a fast track in his legal career with  the same grit and determination that saw him go from an injury plagued “walk on” with the  Michigan State University Cross Country an

  • Litigation attorneys hear from 63rd District Court judicial candidates

    July 18, 2014

     There are six candidates who want to be judge for the 63rd District Court, and five of them — Brent Boncher, Jody Jernigan, Chuck Boekeloo, Andrea Crumback, and Rock Wood — attended a forum at the Grand Rapids Bar Association Litigation Sectio

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