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March 2012

Mar 2012
March 30, 2012

COA Opinion: Single Business Tax Act does not reach goods shipped to an end-user out of state

In Uniloy Milacron USA, Inc v Department of Treasury, No 300749, the Court of Appeals considered whether the Single Business Tax Act apportioned certain sales to Michigan. Plaintiff Uniloy Milacron USA, Inc. ('Uniloy') manufactures molds. Uniloy entered into a distributor agreement with Uniloy Milacron, Inc. ('UMI'), an affiliated corporation. Under the agr

Mar 2012
March 29, 2012

MSC Order List: March 28, 2012

The Michigan Supreme Court granted the application for leave to appeal in State of Michigan v. McQueen. The parties shall include among the issues to be briefed whether the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA), MCL 333.26421 et seq., allows patient-to-patient sales of marihuana. The Court invited the Attorney General and the Mich

Mar 2012
March 29, 2012

COA Opinion: Insurer of previous owner of motorcycle was required to pay insurance benefits when previous owner failed to cancel his registration.

Titan Insurance Co v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance illustrates why it is important to diligently cancel a car or motorcycle registration after selling the vehicle. The Michigan Court of Appeals was confronted with the question of which insurance company should pay personal injury protection benefits arising out of an accident between a motorcy

Mar 2012
March 27, 2012

MSC Order List: March 26, 2012

The Michigan Supreme Court reversed the Court of Appeals in Houston v. Governor. The Court remanded People v. Scafone to the Court of Appeals. The Court held People v. Christian and People v. Hinton in abeyance. The Michigan Supreme Court denied 90 applications for leave to appeal and 8 motions for reconsiderat

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