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Jan 2000
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January 01, 2000

Legal Aspects of Doing Business in the United States

Summary Role of the Lawyer Differences in Legal Systems American Attitudes Toward the Law Overlapping Legal Systems Special Features of American Law Conclusion Copies and reprints of articles are a...

Jan 2000
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January 01, 2000

Michigan Environmental Law Deskbook

Coedited by Jeffrey K. Haynes and Warner Norcross & Judd LLP partner Eugene E. Smary; numerous chapters written by the Firm's environmental attorneys. Published by University of Michigan Press ...

Dec 1999
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December 01, 1999

Garnishments in Michigan

The best way to obtain payment of a debt is to be paid voluntarily. If voluntary payment is not made on a debt, it may be necessary to file a lawsuit and obtain a judgment against the person or ent...

Nov 1998
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November 01, 1998

Selecting Retirement and Fringe Benefit Plan Providers

This year the United States Department of Labor finally articulated a principal that the benefit community had implicitly understood since the passage of ERISA in 1974. The selection of service pro...

Jun 1996
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June 01, 1996

War And Pieces: The Impact Of Deadlock In The Michigan Closely Held Corporation

I.    BACKGROUNDII.   INTRODUCTION - THE PROBLEMIII.  LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL SOLUTIONS       A. Michigan Business Corporation Act       B. Michigan Cases - When All Else Fails and Matters End up ...

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