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Classic Caesar

February 16, 2018

I once waited tables at a restaurant, now long-shuttered, which shall remain nameless because some of the people associated with it are still in the business. The menu featured whole Maine lobster with drawn butter (complete with plastic bib), genuine English ...

State's 44-year-old No-Fault Law best for Michigan's driving future

February 16, 2018

By Attorney Stephen H. Sinas The auto industry is working hard to improve vehicle safety by developing exciting new technologies that will result in computers taking an increasingly active role in the operation of our vehicles. Many vehicles already have ...

Play to your strengths to build an ADR practice

February 16, 2018

By John F. Reed, Esq. and William L. Weber, Jr., Esq. For most lawyers, practice experience is the cornerstone of their marketing and business development efforts. Potential clients want to know that you have the requisite skills and knowledge in your field, ...

Counselor's Corner: Having an abundant life

February 16, 2018

Fred Cavaiani This article is a compilation of my daily meditations of the last few days.  When I follow the ways of the spirit I discover God. The ways of the spirit for me are daily prayer and meditation, spiritual reading, and investing my emotional ...

Sunday's 'Chill' to serve as a first step to better 'Way'

February 16, 2018

Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief The urge for self-improvement serves as a January boon for the fitness industry, where many a New Year’s resolution is launched and then oftentimes banished by the end of the month. But this year figures to be ...

The Cycle of Ham

February 16, 2018

With the whole family coming in for the holidays, heaven forbid we’d run low on food. One of the provisions was a large spiral sliced ham, at a terrific price. I tossed it in the freezer. That was a month or two ago. Since then, that slowly dwindling ...