Columns

Through the eyes of a child

April 13, 2018

By Judge Darlene A. O’Brien What a pleasure to be in the audience as retired Judge William Thorne discussed our child welfare system and its effect on our children. Judge Thorne hales from California and served as a tribal court judge in numerous states, ...

Counselor's Corner: Positive Investment of Emotions

April 13, 2018

By Fred Cavaiani Where do you invest your emotions?  When a tragedy happens like the latest shooting or latest terror attack, do you find yourself becoming emotionally distraught?  When the news media presents information on President Trump, do you ...

Did you know there is a question and answer for that?

April 13, 2018

By Marie E. Matyjaszek When I’m holding a hearing, or helping walk-in clients at the Friend of the Court, I’ve noticed that some information I provide comes as a surprise to them.  So, I have put together a list of “did you knows” ...

Masters in the State of Michigan

April 13, 2018

By Gene J. Esshaki, Esq. Abbott Nicholson, P.C. With the advent of email communications and electronic document storage, even a simple business dispute can generate an extraordinary number of documents during discovery.  When you add in cloud storage, ...

Counselor's Corner: A new generation of hope

April 13, 2018

Fred Cavaiani On Saturday, March 24, I watched the March for Our Lives.  Youth from all over the country came to Washington and other major cities to march and inspire the nation to have sensible gun control laws. The speakers so emotionally moved me.  ...

Former law dean views candidacy as road to 'change'

April 13, 2018

  Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief In 2010 – long before the Russians, Face­book, and Ame­r­ican elections seemingly became joined at the hip – Jocelyn Benson published a book, “State Secretaries of State: Guardians ...