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  • MSC disagrees on common work area doctrine in negligence case

    July 22, 2024

    A split Michigan Supreme Court in a Thursday opinion reversed a Court of Appeals decision granting summary judgment to a subcontractor in a worker negligence case, with the majority ruling questions of fact remained while conservative justices said the common work area doctrine didn’t actually apply in the case.

  • Trump Assassination Attempt Reveals a Major Security Breakdown — But Doesn’t Necessarily Heighten the Risk for Political Violence

    July 22, 2024

    s investigators analyze what led 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks to try to assassinate former president Donald Trump – and how Crooks was able to fire at the former president at a heavily patrolled event on July 13, 2024, one thing is clear, according to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

  • Nessel?joins?effort in support of drug pricing transparency

    July 22, 2024

    Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined 20 attorneys general in filing an amicus brief in Pharmaceutical Res. & Manufacturers of Am. v. Stolfi in support of laws that increase drug price transparency.

  • Daily Briefs

    July 22, 2024

    Honigman recently announced it will integrate advanced artificial intelligence platform Harvey into its legal operations, underscoring the firm’s proactive approach to leveraging cutting-edge technology to enhance legal services across its diverse practice areas.

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