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  • In a turning point in national history, the U.S. Supreme Court 2021-22 term ended with a cascade of seminal decisions. The 6-3 conservative supermajority ruled on gun rights, religion, immigration, environmental law, abortion, and criminal procedural ...

  • On July 11, 2022, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed three bills into law that repeal COVID-19-related protections for Michigan businesses, employers, and employees in 2020 PA 236 , 237 , and 238 . The affected 2020 COVID-19 legislation protected ...

  • On June 15, 2022, the Michigan Supreme Court issued ADM File No 2020-15 , amending State Bar Rule 2, adding State Bar Rule 21, adding Subchapter 9.300 of the Michigan Court Rules, and amending MCR 9.119 . The amendments, effective September 1, 2023, ...

  • We recently held an informal ICLE Community Zoom discussing the amendments to the case evaluation rules eliminating sanctions, among other changes. Attorneys Justin Hakala from Plunkett Cooney and Henry Langberg from Henry Langberg PC joined us to ...

  • Overview Gym 24/7 Fitness, LLC, sued the State of Michigan, alleging an unconstitutional taking of its business property resulting from Governor Whitmer’s executive orders shuttering businesses in response to COVID-19. Gym 24/7 Fitness, LLC v State ...