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Suit results in change to brook trout regulation in the UP

Originally published in Michigan Trout Unlimited In November 2019, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission voted 3-2 to amend Fisheries Order 200.20 to reinstate a 10 brook trout daily bag limit regulation on 33 sections of… Read More >

The SECURE Act Makes Stretch IRAs Less Flexible

By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. On December 20, 2019, while you were finishing your holiday shopping, Congress passed the Setting Every Community Up For Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019.  The SECURE Act became effective… Read More >

Drafting Assignment Provisions in Small-Tenant Leases: A Landlord’s Perspective

By Sam Kokoszka The landlord-tenant relationship is at the core of the commercial leasing business. In an uncomplicated world, a landlord and a tenant would enter into a lease for a term of years, and… Read More >

October 21–27 is National Estate Planning Week

By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. While it is hard to believe, in 2008, Congress passed a resolution that designated the third week of October as National Estate Planning Awareness Week.  At Dawda Mann, our group… Read More >

IRS Changes Access to Transcripts to Fend Off Cybercriminals

By Jeffrey D. Moss & Essence Patterson Accountants and attorneys aren’t the only people who use tax transcripts. There are a variety of non-tax purposes for transcripts, such as: verifying income for home mortgages; obtaining… Read More >

The Changing Face of Retail

Click to see the full article from the CREW Network Industry Brief co-authored by Dana Kreis Glencer: The Changing Face of Retail

PFAS and Professional Baseball

by Brian Considine You have probably heard many concerns being raised about something called PFAS. PFAS stands for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, which are a group of widely used compounds that have been used in… Read More >

Leading Lawyers Magazine Names 17 Dawda Mann Attorneys as Leading Lawyers

17 Dawda Mann attorneys have been recognized by Leading Lawyers Magazine as 2019 Leading Lawyers in their respected legal practice areas. The following attorneys were recognized: Paul A. Bringer: Real Estate Law: Commercial; Real Estate… Read More >

Michigan’s new cyberbullying law goes into effect March 27

On December 27, 2018, Governor Snyder signed Public Act 457 into law to prohibit cyberbullying in the State of Michigan. Effective March 27, 2019, cyberbullying is now a crime under Michigan law. According to this… Read More >

Infographic: A first year overview road trip on the Michigan Paid Medical Leave Act (MPMLA)