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Oct 2015
October 01, 2015

MSC to address whether customers may receive electrical services by a municipality outside of that municipality’s boundary

In City of Holland v. Consumers Energy Co., No. 151053, and City of Coldwater v. Consumers Energy Co., No. 151051, the Michigan Supreme Court scheduled oral argument to consider whether to grant defendant’s application for leave to appeal.  The court directed the parties to file supplemental briefs to address (1) whether it is lawful for customers to receive electrical services by a municipality outside of that municipality’s boundary, provided that no other utility company was presently providing the services, and (2) whether Michigan’s Public Service Commission (“PSC”) has the authority to regulate municipal distribution of electrical services.

Oct 2015
October 01, 2015

MSC to hear mini-oral argument on whether a challenge to a criminal contempt order is an impermissible collateral attack

The Michigan Supreme Court granted mini-oral argument in In re Contempt of Dorsey, No. 150298, to consider whether a challenge to a trial court’s order holding an individual in criminal contempt amounts to an impermissible collateral attack on the trial court’s order requiring the individual to submit to drug testing.

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