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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

  • Job one U-M grad specializes in employee benefits, executive compensation

    October 13, 2014

     By Sheila Pursglove Legal News   Ken Sachs planned to be a labor and employment lawyer – until the day he waited in line at the Supreme Court for an advance copy of an important pension benefit decision for the firm where he worked as a la

  • Monday Profile: Stephen K. Postema

    October 13, 2014

      Stephen K. Postema was appointed Ann Arbor City Attorney in 2003.   A graduate of Ann Arbor schools and Harvard University, Postema attended the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he also worked for the president of the

  • How to become a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States

    October 13, 2014

     By Dennis P. Brescoll Brescoll & Brescoll PC   As a veteran member of the Michigan Bar, I enjoy attending oral arguments at the Supreme Court of the United States. While at the Supreme Court, I sit with the litigators arguing cases before th

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