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  • Dealmakers cautiously optimistic about U.S. M&A activity in 2023

    December 1, 2022

     Despite economic headwinds and political volatility, respondents to Dykema's 18th annual remain cautiously optimistic about the U.S. M&A landscape over the next 12 months.

  • Upper ranks: New Macomb County Bar Association president takes her volunteer service to a higher level

    December 1, 2022

     Lori Smith freely admits that she is not one to sit on the sideline, whether over the course of her 14-year legal career or in the community service realm.

  • Problem-solving courts granted nearly $17 million

    December 1, 2022

     The Michigan Supreme Court recently announced that the State Court Administrative Office (SCAO) has awarded nearly $17 million in grants for Fiscal Year 2023 to problem-solving court (PSC) programs statewide, including drug and sobriety, mental health

  • 'Restricting Employees from Competition and Solicitation' is slated for November 30

    November 24, 2022

     Maddin Hauser continues its 2022-2023 Breakfast Bites: Employment Law Series with "Restricting Employees from Competition and Solicitation: Considerations for Complying with and Seeking to Enforce Restrictive Provisions in Agreements," onlin

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