Commercial Law

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November 2011 – Commercial Law Reporter

– Steps to take if an employee is charged with a crime
– What you need to know about the herbicide Imprelis
– Commerical Law Update: Insurer Permitted to Rescind Fire Insurance Policy Due to Misrepresentation on Application

June 2011 – Commercial Law Reporter

• Even Unambiguous Contracts Must Satisfy the Law
• Our Practical Advice Column: What You Need to Know About… Arbitration Clauses
• Commercial law update: Court of Appeals Vacates Judgment Ordering a Golf Course to Be Sold to Satisfy Construction Liens

March 2011- Commercial Law Reporter

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues March 2011 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve • When a RICO claim comes calling. • What you need to know about… the appeals process for property taxes. • Commercial law update: Federal Court denies motion to dismiss without prejudice in

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January 2011 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues January 2011 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve • Governor Snyder appoints Judge Brian K. Zahra to the Michigan Supreme Court. • What you need to know about… developments in the ensuing loss doctrine. • Commercial law update: commercial lease termination

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September 2010 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues September 2010 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve • Special considerations for cases involving the sale of international goods. • What you need to know about…serving lawsuits on foreign companies. • Commercial law update: Uniform Commercial Codes do not apply to

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July 2010 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues July 2010 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve • New case law addresses trucker liability under MCS-90 endorsement. • What you need to know about… getting clients to pay. • Commercial law update: $2 million default judgment reversed, breach of contract

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February 2010 – Commercial Law

Author(s): Suzanne P. Fanning, Thomas P. Paxton, Robert D. Goldstein, Thomas P. Christy, Karen Libertiny Ludden, Rachel A. Bissett

This edition of Commercial Law Reporter is dedicated to the topics to be covered in the free upcoming seminar. Troy Business Law Seminar Troy Marriot Tuesday, March 23, 2010 Choice of Entity and your Business: How to Choose the Right Entity Contracts and your Business: How to Avoid Litigation over Contract Doing Business in a Down Economy: What to do

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January 2010 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues January 2010 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve This edition of Commercial Law Reporter contains the following: New law governs the scope and reimbursement of chiropractic care in personal injury lawsuits against businesses What you need to know about… setting aside

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September 2009 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues September 2009 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve This edition of Commercial Law Reporter contains the following: “Likelihood of confusion” is key to a trademark infringement case. What you need to know about premises liability and the reasonable person standard Commercial

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July 2009 – Commercial Law

Commercial Law Reporter A Publication Devoted to Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Issues July 2009 Managing Editor: Karen Libertiny Ludden Co-Editors: Robert D. Goldstein and Mark Shreve The Michigan Court of Appeals finds that spoilation of evidence is not a separate cause of action What you need to know about the language of releases Commercial Law Update Breaking news: Court

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