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Learning about the New Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive

By Jeffrey Moss. If you haven’t heard about the Opportunity Zone tax incentive yet, you will soon. The “Opportunity Zone” Program was created in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 with the creation… Read More >

Major Changes to Rules Governing the MDEQ

By Brian Considine. The New Gatekeepers at the MDEQ On June 28, 2018, Governor Snyder signed into law a package of bills intended to reign in the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) which some… Read More >

Starting a business? Follow these steps to protect your trademarks

By Brian Considine. In today’s ultra-competitive marketplace, a company’s name, branding elements and unique products/services are what distinguish it from thousands of other competing businesses. These trademarks and service marks can have enormous value for… Read More >

Major Changes to Michigan’s Permitting Appeal Process—Part 1

By Brian Considine. On June 28 2018, Governor Snyder signed the Public Act 268 of 2018, which created a new Environmental Permit Review Commission and Environmental Review Panel. Background Prior to the Act, Michigan’s Administrative… Read More >

Navigating an Anti-Modification and Anti-Waiver Contract

By John Mucha. Setting the stage: You are about to enter into a contract and want to make sure the other party, in a year or two, does not attempt to claim that the terms… Read More >

Issues in Connection with Assignment, Subletting and Other Transfers

By Todd Schafer Lease negotiations are often long and drawn out, in part due to the myriad complex issues that a landlord and a tenant may need or want to negotiate. One issue (or, rather,… Read More >

Self-Authentication of Electronic Evidence

By David Mollicone. The immense time and energy-saving benefits of technology are no secret, even in the legal field. And the increased use of technology in litigation has created a number of efficiencies related to… Read More >

US Supreme Court Digital Sales Tax Case—The Decision

By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. and Jackie Culler, Law Clerk. Following up on an earlier blog post, US Supreme Court To Hear Digital Sales Tax Case, in a 5-4 decision on Thursday, June 21, the US… Read More >

Emergency Workplace Scenarios Can Arise, Are You Prepared?

With active shooter situations on the rise, it is important for individuals and employers to be cognizant of a few guidelines that can help increase a person’s chance of survival and potentially prevent these unfortunate… Read More >

Retail Real Estate Law Experts Dawda Mann Attending RECon

It’s a deal. We’re hoping to hear those words quite a bit this week at the RECon, presented by the International Council of Shopping Centers, in Las Vegas. But any retail real estate professional also… Read More >