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The Importance of Trademark and Copyright Protection

By Andrea M. Pike, Esq. Trademarks and Service Marks You can register your business logo, name, “doing business as” name, tag line, or phrase as a Trademark or Service Mark (“Mark”). If it is used online, federal registration of your Mark through the United States...

What is a Revocable Living Trust?

By Patrice M. Ticknor, Esq. A revocable living trust is a legal relationship where a trustee holds title to trust assets for the benefit of the trust beneficiary. The person who creates the trust and transfers his or her assets to it is called the grantor or settlor. ...

Legal Marijuana and Family Law

By John J. Schrot, Jr. Be careful if and when you light up, or otherwise consume, marijuana, as you may get burned. Recreational marijuana has just become legal in Michigan (i.e. 10 days after the November 6, 2018 election results are certified) – at least at the...

FMLA Case Law Update for Employers

By David M. Foy, Esq. No Good Deed Goes Unpunished After Leave Given to Ineligible Employee In 2018, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals considered whether summary judgment was warranted where an employee was terminated after she was unable to return to work on a...

Does your Rental Property Qualify for a 199A Deduction?

By Timothy E. Harden, Esq. The IRS, in its new proposed Section 199A regulations, defines when a rental property qualifies for the 20 percent tax deduction under new tax code Section 199A. One part of the good news on this clarification is that it does not require...


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