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Mar 2017
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March 31, 2017

MSC denies leave after MOAA on whether Court of Claims has jurisdiction to hear appeal of Michigan Film Office decision

The Michigan Supreme Court has denied leave to appeal in Teddy 23 LLC v Michigan Film Office, No. 153420-1, following mini-oral argument on the question of whether the Court of Claims has subject-matter jurisdiction over an appeal from a decision made by the Michigan Film Office.

Mar 2017
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March 22, 2017

MSC clarifies scope of trial on remand in light of its previous decision

In a March 16, 2017 Order, the Michigan Supreme Court held that in its previous decision in Hecht v National Heritage Academies, Inc, 499 Mich 586 (2016), it had not vacated the jury’s finding that plaintiff would not suffer future emotional-distress damages.  Accordingly, the Michigan Supreme Court reversed the trial court’s November 2016 order and granted the motion of National Heritage Academies (“NHA”) to define the scope of trial. 
 

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