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May 2010

May 2010
May 14, 2010

COA Opinion: Contingent fee agreement with no-fault plaintiff entitled plaintiff's attorney to one-third share of medical expenses owed by insurer to service provider

On May 13, 2010, the Court of Appeals published its opinion in Miller v. Citizens Insurance Company, No. 290522. In this case, a medical center that had provided services to an injured plaintiff was challenging the trial court's decision to award the plaintiff's attorney one-third of the medical expenses that the no-fault insurer agreed to pay pursu

May 2010
May 12, 2010

MSC: Justices file grievance with Judicial Tenure Commission against Justice Weaver

The Detroit Free Press is reporting that at a public hearing today, the Court revealed that Justices Corrigan, Markman, and Young filed a grievance against Justice Weaver with the Judicial Tenure Commission ("JTC"). According to the report, the issue arose during discussion of a request by Justice We

May 2010
May 12, 2010

MSC: Pierron v. Pierron

On May 11, 2010, the Michigan Supreme Court issued its per curiam' opinion in Pierron v. Pierron, No. 138824,' affirming the Court of Appeals' decision to vacate the trial court's order.' In this case, the plaintiff and the defendant have two children from' their marriage.' The divorced parents share joint legal custody, and the defendant has primary phy

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