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April 2012

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April 19, 2012

COA Opinion: Court reforms an auto insurance policy to comply with Michigan law

In Corwin v. DaimlerChrysler Insurance Co., the Michigan Court of Appeals reformed an auto insurance policy to comply with Michigan law by including plaintiffs as 'named insureds' within the policy's definition of 'you.' The plaintiffs were injured in an auto accident while driving a Jeep that they leased from Chry

Apr 2012
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April 19, 2012

COA Opinion: Marriage that occurred while a woman was hospitalized could not be annulled absent clear proof that the woman was of unsound mind.

In Estate of Ellen S. Mullen v. Duenas, the Michigan Court of Appeals considered whether the marriage of a hospital patient to her long-time boyfriend should be annulled when the marriage occurred while the woman was in the final stages of cancer. The marriage ceremony was performed by a reverend and witnessed by a n

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April 18, 2012

MSC Order List: April 18, 2012

The Michigan Supreme Court today issued an amendment to order, correcting the concurring statement of Justice Markman in the original order issued in Davis v. Emergency Manager for the Detroit Public Schools. For the amendment to order, click

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April 16, 2012

MSC Order List: April 16, 2012

In Davis v. Emergency Manager for the Detroit Public Schools, the plaintiff argued that the emergency manager's appointment was invalid because the emergency manager did not take an oath of office when he commenced his duties. The Michigan Supreme Court denied an application for leave to appeal in the case on mootness grounds because the emergency manager took th

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