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Dec 1999
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
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
June 01, 1996

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

I.    BACKGROUNDII.   INTRODUCTION - THE PROBLEMIII.  LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL SOLUTIONSA. Michigan Business Corporation ActB. Michigan Cases - When All Else Fails and Matters End up in CourtC. Del...

Jan 1995
January 01, 1995

A Guide for Michigan Business

Written by the Environmental Law Group of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP Published by the Michigan Chamber of Commerce This five-volume reference book contains practical environmental advice for bu...

Jan 1990
January 01, 1990

Michigan Will Drafting

Cowritten by Michael W. Irish and Warner Norcross & Judd LLP partner John H. MartinPublished by University of Michigan Press under the auspices of the Institute for Continuing Legal Education (...

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