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October 2012

Oct 2012
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October 18, 2012

COA Opinion: Insurance Policy's "employee dishonesty" provision covered loss sustained when employee issued herself extra paychecks

In Amerisure Insurance Company v. Debruyn Produce Company, the Court of Appeals held that the losses Debruyn sustained when its employee issued herself unauthorized checks were covered under the 'employee dishonesty' portion of Debruyn's insurance policy with Amerisure. When executing her payroll responsibilities for the c

Oct 2012
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October 11, 2012

MSC Order List: October 10, 2012

In lieu of granting leave to appeal in People v. Duncan, Nos. 145974-5, the Michigan Supreme Court remanded these cases to the Court of Appeals for consideration as on leave granted, and directed the Court of Appeals to expedite its consideration of these cases. The Michigan Supreme Court also granted the motion for stay of the trial court

Oct 2012
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October 03, 2012

COA Opinion: Non-renewal of an employment contract may constitute an adverse employment action under the WPA

In Wurtz v. Beecher Metropolitan District, the Court of Appeals held that failure to renew an employment contract could constitute an 'adverse employment action' under the Whistleblower Protection Act (WPA). The WPA allows an employee to bring an action against his employer or former employer if he was engaged in a 'protected act

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