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Crystal Ball Gazing: Environmental Policy Under a Governor Whitmer Administration

By Susan Sadler and Brian Considine. For the past 8 years Michigan environmental regulation and policy have been under the direction Republican Governor Rick Snyder.  During that time, Governor Snyder has had to grapple with… Read More >

Michigan’s New Environmental Science Advisory Board

By Brian Considine. On October 4, 2018, Governor Snyder appointed members to the newly created Environmental Science Advisory Board. The individuals are: Kimberlee Kearfott, professor of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences, biomedical engineering and applied… Read More >

Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy, & Sadler PLC has been recognized as one of Midwest Real Estate News’ 2016 Best of the Best

Best of the Best rankings are based upon the number of real estate transactions handled during the previous year. In 2015, Dawda Mann’s real estate practice group completed 848 real estate transactions and ranked in… Read More >

Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler Appoints New Attorney

Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, a Bloomfield Hills-based full service law firm, has appointed Jordan Glassco to its team of attorneys. Glassco, of Rochester, has more than 17 years of experience handling a variety of business… Read More >

10 Dawda Mann Attorneys Recognized as 2017 “Best Lawyers in America”

Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy, & Sadler PLC announced that 10 of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized by Best Lawyers as 2017 “Best Lawyers in America” in their respected legal practice areas. Managing Member Ed Dawda… Read More >

Mediation: What is It and When Should it be Utilized?

95% of cases settle before trial. Within the past couple of decades, there has been a huge push within the legal profession to facilitate settlement through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Mediation or facilitation (used interchangeably… Read More >

Dawda Mann Breakfast: Stage for Ford’s Hinrichs Presentation

Media from the automotive industry reported about Joe Hinrichs’ presentation at the Dawda Mann Automotive Industry breakfast.   “Without divulging the future, we’re very excited about the Continental name,” says Hinrichs.  No more “alphabet soup”… Read More >

IRS Commissioner Talks About Ramifications of IRS Staff Reductions

Just a week prior to April 15th, also known as “Tax Day”, John A. Koskinen, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service spoke at the gathering of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center in Washington, D.C…. Read More >

Is Relief on the Way for the FAA’s Outdated Drone Rules?

The word “drone” usually conjures up images of large unmanned planes hammering terrorists in their redoubts in Afghanistan. However, most drones are much smaller (and more benign) than that; in fact many are lighter than… Read More >

IRS Announces Penalty Relief for Small Businesses

The Internal Revenue Service has announced a new one-year pilot program, beginning on June 2, 2014, that gives small businesses that have retirement plans relief from penalties if they have failed to file required annual… Read More >