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MY TURN: A mentor and a mentee made their legal marks

January 25, 2022

Harvard, the nation's oldest university, has always possessed a certain magic about it, perhaps never more so than 14 years ago when the Ivy League school conferred degrees on members of the Class of 2008. Best-selling author J.K. Rowling, of "Harry ...

COMMENTARY: Reining in government spending will be very tough

January 25, 2022

By Lee H. Hamilton With a $1 trillion infrastructure package on the books and the Biden administration's $1.8 trillion "Build Back Better" measure preoccupying the Senate after passing the House, government spending is very much on Americans' ...

COMMENTARY: Legal profession's ethics code in dire need of changing

January 25, 2022

By Berl Falbaum A four-year fruitless campaign to try and have a provision of the legal profession's ethics code changed, led to this column. I'll start by asking all the judges, lawyers, and others professionally involved in our justice system a question. It ...

COMMENTARY: Cliff & Dennis, lives well lived

January 25, 2022

By Judge David Allen It was one of those late-night texts that you only tolerate from family and close friends. "Do you know an attorney named Cliff Woodards?" texted my friend of 40 years, Dennis Dooley. "Of course," I texted back. Cliff ...

THE EXPERT WITNESS: General Motors' 'Surgical' Bankruptcy thirteen years after

January 25, 2022

By Dr. John F. Sase Gerard J. Senick, chief editor Julie G. Sase, copyeditor William A. Gross, researcher “Switch on the box / Mr. Spock is on the table / “Dr. McCoy is unable to connect his brain / “Sweating and straining / “Well, ...

Legal People ...

January 25, 2022

Butzel attorney Darius W. Dynkowski was a featured presenter during an Oakland County Bar Association (OCBA) professional development program on Thursday, January 13. The virtual program featured a discussion on "F.P. Development v. Canton-Uprooting ...