Introduction A fresh lawsuit lands on your desk. After a quick perusal of the complaint, you decide that you will require the services of an expert. Immediately, several questions come to mind: What type of expert do I need? How can you keep your ...
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently found that an employee's vague complaint of a hostile-work environment constituted protected activity under Title VII. The case, Yazdian v ConMed Endoscopic Technologies, Inc., [i] highlights critical ...
MDTC Technology Section By: Kyle Platt kyle@sharedresources.us Attending an event can be a great experience, but registration can get complicated at times. Finding the form online or in an email, printing it, filling it out, writing a check, finding ...
Christopher M. Murray What has been your most memorable case (in practice and/or as a judge)? Wayne County v Hathcock, as I wrote a concurring opinion pointing out the deficiencies in the Supreme Court’s Poletown case (eminent domain). The ...
Qiana Denise Lillard What has been your most memorable case (in practice and/or as a judge)? My most memorable is case is my very first jury trial. It was an insurance fraud case involving a vehicle rated for personal use that was actually being used ...
Patricia P. Fresard What has been your most memorable case (in practice and/or as a judge)? My most memorable case as an attorney was the successful prosecution of John Lomnicki. Mr. Lomnicki is a pedophile who had prevailed in deceit to the extent ...

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