GovLaw – March 2014

–Michigan’s Anti-Begging Statute Held Unconstitutional

GovLaw – August 2013

–Legal Updates — A Police Chief is a Police Chief by Any Other Name
— Home Entry
— Holiday Displays
–Troy Breakfast Seminar | Thursday, September 5, 2013

GovLaw – March 2013

–Tax Help!!
–Legal Updates
–Practice Tip
–Upcoming Seminars | Grand Rapids Breakfast Seminar | Traveling Deposition Boot Camps | In-house Municipal Seminars

GovLaw – January 2013

–Legal Updates
–Grand Rapids Breakfast Seminar | Thursday, April 18, 2013
–Deposition and Trial Boot Camp – Garan Lucow Miller offering traveling Deposition and Trial Boot Camp

May 2010 – Government Law

Author(s): Jami E. Leach, Matthew LaBeau

ANNOUNCING OUR NEW INDIANA OFFICE Garan Lucow Miller, P.C., a full-service law firm since 1948, providing quality representation to a national clientele from the Great Lakes Region, is pleased to announce that it has opened an office in Merrillville, Indiana, to further facilitate your claim and litigation needs in Indiana and Illinois. Garan Lucow Miller, P.C. 8401 Virginia Street Merrillville,

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September 2009 – Government Law

Author(s): Jami E. Leach, Matthew LaBeau

There are six statutory exceptions to the broad grant of governmental immunity in Michigan. This is the fourth installment in a series of articles that will provide a summary of each exception. We started with the highway exception – one of the most used and most litigated exceptions. In February we talked about the “motor vehicle exception”. April’s issue discussed

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April 2009 – Government Law

Author(s): Jami E. Leach, Matthew LaBeau

There are six statutory exceptions to the broad grant of governmental immunity in Michigan. This is the third installment in a series of articles that will provide a summary of each exception. We started with the highway exception – one of the most used and most litigated exceptions. In February, we touched briefly on the “motor vehicle exception”. Today we

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February 2009 – Government Law

Author(s): Jami E. Leach, Paul E. Tower

There are six statutory exceptions to the broad grant of governmental immunity in Michigan. This is the second installment in a series of articles that will provide a summary of each exception. We started with the highway exception – one of the most used and most litigated exceptions. Today we touch briefly on the “motor vehicle exception”. Remember that the

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November 2008 – Government Law

Author(s): Jami E. Leach, Paul Tower

From the Co-Editor by Jami E. Leach There are six statutory exceptions to the broad grant of governmental immunity in Michigan. This is the first in a series of articles that will provide a summary of each exception. We start with the highway exception – one of the most used and most litigated exceptions. Remember that the exceptions to immunity

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August 2008 – Government Law

Author(s): John J. Gillooly, Karen Ludden

From the Editor by All too often we begin our mornings by hearing about lawsuit abuse and how civil litigation against individuals, corporations and municipalities has replaced some of ourcountry’s favorite pastimes. Although some argue that fundamental concepts of personal responsibility continue to erode, there are several easy steps that your company or municipality can take to root out frivolous

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