Columns

MY TURN: Election turnout offers glimmer of hope

December 4, 2020

Election day took place approximately a month ago and, however you viewed the presidential contest that seemingly has no end, there is one particularly interesting feature to this year’s polling: the 2020 electorate reportedly was the most ethnically ...

Legal People ...

December 4, 2020

Attorney Michael D. Hanchett recently joined Plunkett Cooney as a member of the law firm’s nationally recognized insurance coverage practice group. An associate in the firm’s Bloomfield Hills office, Hanchett represents some of the world’s ...

Opinion: Congressional action needed

December 4, 2020

By Brian Calley, Bob Doyle and Richard Lamb The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to help small businesses survive during the early phases of the pandemic. Since enactment, ...

COMMENTARY: Needs of disabled take unnecessary back seat - again

December 4, 2020

By Jacob Kahn Despite what you may have heard about lawyers tending to be organized, I have always been a bit slovenly. Growing up, I put my mother through the ringer, trashing another room just as soon as she finished tidying one. Watching the tumult ...

COMMENTARY: The American landscape and 'tormenting of the children'

December 4, 2020

By Samuel Damren This commentary is about the government’s now abandoned “zero tolerance” policy for immigrant families seeking asylum and the forced separation of immigrant children from their parents. The harms caused by the policy ...

ADR SPOTLIGHT: Lessons from history

December 4, 2020

By Lee Hornberger “The Destruction of the Bismarck,”1 “Hell in a Very Small Place: The Siege of Dien Bien Phu,”2 and “Vietnam: A History”3  are three books that I read yearly. “Bismarck” explains how ...