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Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 29, December 17, 2014

–The Michigan Supreme Court Interprets The Definition Of “Employee” Under The WDCA, Overturning An En Banc Decision Of The Court Of Appeals, And Potentially Affecting The Interpretation Of “Employee” For Purposes Of Section 3114(3) Of The No Fault Act
–Register Now! | Windy City Seminar | Thursday, January 22, 2015

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 28, December 12, 2014

–Disability Does Not Toll The One-Year Back Rule
–Court Of Appeals Publishes Its Decision In Bahri v IDS Property Casualty Insurance Company

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 27, November 25, 2014

–Court Of Appeals Confirms Assigned Claims Insurer’s Right To Full Reimbursement From Priority Insurer
–Welcome to Garan Lucow Miller | Courtney Krause
–Happy Thanksgiving From Your Friends At GLM

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 26, November 13, 2014

–The Michigan Court Of Appeals Reverses Judgment In Favor Of Plaintiff In Analyzing The Negligence Exception To The Michigan Equine Activity Liability Act
–The Phrase “Limits Of Liability Of This Coverage” Refers To The Policy Limit, Not An Insured’s Total Damages

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 25, November 5, 2014

–A Non-Resident Relative Who Owns And Registers A Vehicle Listed On A No-Fault Policy, Is A Listed Driver On That Policy, But Is Not A Named Insured Pursuant To The Terms Of The Policy, Is Not Entitled To No-Fault Benefits
–Best Lawyers For 2015! Congratulations To The GLM Attorneys Selected As Best Lawyers For 2015!

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 24, October 29, 2014

–The Michigan Supreme Court Finds That Plaintiff Failed To Establish A Serious Impairment Of Body Function
–Garan Lucow Miller proudly congratulates Nathan Dodson, selected as one of the 2014 Up & Coming Lawyers
–Garan Lucow Miller hosting U of M Tailgate | U of M v Indiana | November 1, 2014

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 23, October 22, 2014

–Fraud Exclusion In A No-Fault Automobile Policy Bars A Plaintiff’s Entire PIP Claim At The Summary Disposition State Where The Plaintiff Engaged In Fraudulent Conduct In Connection With Her PIP Claim
–Evidence Of An Insurace Policy’s Uninsured Motorist Bodily Injury Policy Limit Was Not Relevant At Trial, And Was Prejudicial
–Register Now! | Buckeye Seminar | Thursday, October 23, 2014
–U of M Tailgate | U of M v Indiana | Saturday, November 1, 2014

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 22, October 13, 2014

–The “Innocent Third Party” Rule Does Not Bar An Insurer From Rescinding A Policy AB Initio In A First-Party PIP Case
–Register Now! | Buckeye Seminar | Thursday, October 23, 2014
–U of M Tailgate | U of M v Indiana | Saturday, November 1, 2014

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 21, October 8, 2014

–Where Insurer Has Not Been Notified Of Plaintiff’s Injuries Within One Year Of The Accident, Yet Pays Partial No-Fault Benefits Once Notice Has Been Given, Statute Of Limitations May Nevertheless Be Invoked To Bar Plaintiff’s Cause Of Action Under MCL 3145(1)
–Register Now! | Buckeye Seminar | Thursday, October 23, 2014
–U of M Tailgate | Saturday, November 1, 2014

Law Fax Volume XXVI, No. 20, October 2, 2014

–Claimant’s Injury Involving A Parked Motor Vehicle MUST Satisfy One Of The Statutory Exceptions To The Parked Vehicle Exclusion
–Register Now! | Buckeye Seminar | Thursday, October, 23, 2014
–GLM Hosting a U of M Tailgate | U of M v Indiana | Saturday, November 1, 2014
–GLM Welcomes New Associate Attorneys: Nicholas Caponigro and Eric smith