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May 2016
19
May 19, 2016

MSC holds that cities can regulate wages in municipal contractor agreements that affect or involve city property

In Associated Builders and Contractors v City of Lansing, No. 149622, the Michigan Supreme Court upheld a Lansing ordinance requiring contractors and subcontractors that perform construction on behalf of the city to pay their laborers at least the prevailing wage.

May 2016
09
May 09, 2016

MSC passes on issue of false childhood-sexual-abuse memories

After full merits briefing and oral argument, the Michigan Supreme Court vacated its September 15, 2015 order and denied leave to appeal as improvidently granted in Roberts v. Salmi, No. 150919.  The ase involved the question of whether a mental health professional owes a duty of care to third parties who might be harmed by the use of techniques that cause a patient to have false memories of sexual abuse as a child.

May 2016
06
May 06, 2016

MSC holds that, under the Public Works Bond Act, actual receipt of notice is not necessary

In Wyandotte Electric Supply v Electrical Technology Systems, Inc, No 149989, the Michigan Supreme Court held that if a claimant complies with the method of service provided in the 30-day notice provision of the Public Works Bond Act (“PWBA”), actual receipt of the notice is not required under the statute.  Moreover, the Court held that a PWBA claimant may recover a time-price differential and attorney fees that were provided for by the claimant’s contract and that post-judgment interest based on the written instrument is not appropriate under the PWBA.

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