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  • ABA News: Wanted - Democracy warriors for U.S. elections

    March 01, 2024

    The American Bar Association Midyear Meeting program, “Stepping Up, Lawyers Defending Democracy,” provided actionable ways for lawyers to help defend democracy.
    “Lawyers are essential stewards of democracy,” said Stephen Cobb a member at Cozen O’Connor and the ABA’s inaugural Democracy fellow. “We need your participation, and we need it now, not just on Election Day.”

  • Michigan Law professor honored for proposing an alternative view of consortium claims

    March 01, 2024

    An award-winning new article by Michigan Law Professor Steven Schaus suggests an alternative to the traditional understanding of tort claims for loss of consortium.
    Schaus’ paper “Wrongs to Us,” published in the Michigan Law Review, argues that a consortium claim—a tort claim that one family member can bring when another is injured and the relationship suffers—could be considered as an injury to two people together, rather than simply as a collateral harm to someone who is related to the primary injured party.

  • ‘The Joy in Our Stories’ youth art exhibit runs through March 4

    March 01, 2024

    The Boys & Girls Club of the Muskegon Lakeshore and dooGallery will hold an art exhibit, “The Joy in Our Stories,” through March 4 at 1050 W. Western Avenue, Muskegon.
    The exhibit is part of the Boys & Girls Club of America’s National Arts Contest.

  • Hard work, perseverance make Watson integral part of Big Reds' tournament run

    March 01, 2024

    Justin Watson knows what it is like to have something prematurely taken away.
    The 6-7 sharpshooting senior forward for the Muskegon Big Reds was injured with a fractured pelvis this past offseason. The injury forced Watson to miss AAU travel basketball and high school team basketball activities.

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