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  • Asked & Answered: Appeals court overturns ADA verdict in favor of employees

    October 16, 2014

    A federal appeals court recently reversed a jury’s award of $870,000, including $400,000 in punitive damages, to several former employees of Dura Automotive Systems, Inc. in Auburn Hills who claimed Dura violated the Americans with Disabilities Act b

  • 'Detroit Shuffle': Author's historical novel focuses on suffrage era

    October 13, 2014

     By Kurt Anthony Krug Legal News   When D.E. Johnson started writing professionally, he tried writing humor. However, he discovered, much to his chagrin, he wasn’t that funny. So Johnson, 55, of Schoolcraft, Mich., switched to historical mystery. &ldqu

  • Monday Profile: Tom Bengston

    October 13, 2014

     By Jo Mathis Legal News   Tom Bengtson was born in Menominee, along with a twin brother, Tim, on October 30, 1942.  He graduated from Menominee High School in 1960, having been voted president of the student council. He started his colleg

  • ICBA to honor 4 attorneys

    October 13, 2014

     By Jo Mathis Legal News   Four local attorneys will be honored Nov. 20 at the Ingham County Bar Association’s 2014 Award Recipients & 120th Annual Dinner at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West.  Jim Dalton, chair of the awards committee

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