SBM swears in leaders
Published: October 1, 2014
Thomas C. Rombach, of New Baltimore, was sworn in as the 80th president of the State Bar of Michigan. Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young Jr. officiated at the Sept. 18 ceremony, which took place in conjunction with the SBM Annua [ More » ]
Razor Sharp: Lawyer defends product liability, toxic tort casesOctober 1, 2014
In 1993, Gary Sharp was lead defense counsel in a Wisconsin case where the plaintiff was suffering from a terminal cancer – and his only known exposure was to a homemade oven utilizing an asbestos-containing insulation material manufactured by
Foster care alumni pay it forward as new foster care workersOctober 1, 2014
Recently 65 people gathered for a special ceremony at the Michigan Child Welfare Training Institute in Detroit to be sworn in as newly minted caseworkers by Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS) Director Maura Corrigan.
Golden ReunionOctober 1, 2014
Professor spearheads MSU's Low-Income Taxpayer ClinicSeptember 26, 2014
Low-income taxpayers can get much-needed help from a team of law students led by attorney Joshua Wease, co-director and clinical assistant professor at Michigan State University College of Law’s Alvin L. Storrs Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic.
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