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  • Asked & Answered: Appeals court overturns ADA verdict in favor of employees

    October 16, 2014

     A federal appeals court recently reversed a jury’s award of $870,000, including $400,000 in punitive damages, to several former employees of Dura Automotive Systems, Inc. in Auburn Hills who claimed Dura violated the Americans with Disabilitie

  • 'Detroit Shuffle' Author's historical novel focuses on suffrage era

    October 13, 2014

     By Kurt Anthony Krug Legal News   When D.E. Johnson started writing professionally, he tried writing humor. However, he discovered, much to his chagrin, he wasn’t that funny. So Johnson, 55, of Schoolcraft, Mich., switched to historical mystery. &ldqu

  • Recording studio celebrates grand opening

    October 13, 2014

     The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 7 celebrated the ribbon cutting in honor of the Grand Opening of The Hub’s music recording studio at 1825 Spring Arbor Rd.  Ribbon cutting attendees had the opportunity to tour the music studi

  • Asked & Answered Rachel Settlage on Immigration

    October 13, 2014

     A new book, “Immigration Relief: Legal Assistance for Noncitizen Crime Victims,” was published recently by the American Bar Association. Wayne State University Law School Assistant Professor Rachel Settlage is co-author of the book. Befor

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