Life Lessons Learned Along the Way: Learning to Forget but Still Remembering
I have had rescue dogs for as long as I can remember. They are amazing animals that come with life experience.
Are You My Mother?
In the book, “Are you my mother?” by P.D. Eastman, a baby bird is lost and looking for his mother.
Life Lessons Learned Along the Way: Can You Hear Me Now?
If you know the flight schedule from Belgrade to Tel Aviv, you know that there is only one flight a day.
These Torts Are Not Viennese Pastries!
Twenty-five years ago the Michigan Legislature overhauled Michigan’s tort system by replacing a body of well-established common law with
Life Lessons Learned Along the Way: Time for a Cool Change!
I’m sure everyone is looking forward to the day when we can see and hug our families, spend time with friends, dine out, and of course get back to work in what is surely going to be a modified environment.
Does It Appeal to You?
One thing I find curious about Michigan practice is the seemingly short shrift given to appellate work.