At a Glance ...

SBM section looks at labor,
employment law matters

The Labor & Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan will conduct its LELS Springboard 2024 “Navigating the Latest in Labor & Employment Law” on Thursday, June 20, from 3 to 8:30 p.m. at The Community House in Birmingham.  

Participants will engage in interactive table discussions led by industry experts in hot and trending areas of labor and employment law, including workplace accommodations, artificial intelligence in the workplace, union organizing trends and developments, wages and fringe benefits, DEI, and more.  

A networking reception on the terrace will follow the educational session.

To register for the event, visit

Summer amnesty program offered
by 36th District Court

Wayne County 36th District Court is offering a debt amnesty program from June 24 to August 2.

During this period, all late fees, penalties, and warrant costs will be entirely waived upon full payment of the original amount. This initiative applies to all adjudicated cases with assessed fines and costs, except for driver’s license reinstatement fees.

“We are thrilled to offer individuals the opportunity to settle their outstanding debt, alleviating the burden of accumulated late fees and warrant costs,” said 36th District Court Chief Judge William C. McConico.
McConico said the court staff “is fully committed to assisting our users in obtaining relief and ensuring the success of this amnesty program.”

Payment options:

• In-person
• Online via the Court’s website
• At any DivDat kiosk (locations may be found at

Additional information can be obtained by visiting

Child Protective Service issues
examined at webinar

The Michigan Judicial Institute in conjunction with the Friend of the Court Bureau will host a panel discussion webinar on “Child Protective Service Issues Facing Friend of the Court Offices” Thursday, June 27, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. via Zoom.

Panelists will be representatives from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

To register, visit and click on “events.”

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