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  • Confidentiality agreements should be treated like trade secrets to ensure enforceability

    September 4, 2015

    According to Michael N. Spink, a shareholder in the Ann Arbor office of Brinks, Gilson, & Lione, the news this summer that Ford Motor Company was charged with theft of trade secrets by a former software vendor should serve as reminder for businesses to

  • Commissioners seek citizens to serve on board

    September 4, 2015

    The Oakland County Board of Commissioners seeks one interested citizen to volunteer to serve the community through appointment to the Oakland County Retirement and Deferred Compensation Board (RDCB). The Board of Commissioners seeks one (1) individual

  • Students connect: 'Networking' around the bases at Comerica

    September 4, 2015

    By Barry Malone Legal News Tishia Browning, an associate with Mantese Honigman and a Wayne State University Law School alum, knows what it's like to network as a student. She now can view it from a different perspective after attending Wayne Law's

  • State completes testing of shelved evidence kits

    September 4, 2015

    Survivors of sexual assault in Detroit are one step closer to justice after the announcement that more than 10,000 sexual assault evidence kits discovered on a shelf in a warehouse several years ago have been processed and the results sent to investigators

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