90% of businesses will soon need to disclose the names of those with ownership interests or who exercise control under the Corporate Transparency Act.
Author: Maddin Hauser
If you have seen the 60-second public service announcement, it is impossible to forget.
In a watershed decision, the Michigan Supreme Court recently abrogated the “open-and-obvious defense” in premises liability actions.
Notwithstanding the ubiquity of “blanket” purchase orders throughout many supply chains, the Michigan Supreme Court has declared they are unenforceable if they do not set forth specific quantities.
The Michigan State Bar Foundation welcomed Kate Klaus into the 2023 Class of Fellows.
The rapid adoption of artificial intelligence in the mortgage industry is of increasing concern and interest to the CFPB and other regulators.