As sports concussion awareness continues to gain national headlines, so too will concussion related litigation. A study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association made headlines recently for its findings relating to the development of chronic traumatic encephalopathy […]
In March of this year, the City of Detroit officially codified its jock tax and released new income tax guidelines which clarify how professional athletes should apportion their income to Detroit for purposes of its city income tax, as well […]
As a former sports agent, I am often asked what it takes to become an agent. Many people assume you have to have a law degree, but while being a licensed attorney or having a law degree would be helpful, […]
According to CBS Sports, former Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon Smith recently collected on a loss of value insurance policy. Smith was projected to be a high first-round NFL draft pick but dropped to the second round, the 34th pick overall, […]
A unanimous Michigan Supreme Court decision this week will have big implications for for-profit schools and colleges – and even for-profit laboratories, research and development facilities, and test centers.
It is very difficult to predict whether you or a loved one will one day need long-term care insurance. A diagnosis like Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia can drastically change your life and your financial plans. With an estimated five […]
Fraser Trebilcock attorney and retired Ingham County Judge Peter D. Houk has issued his findings of fact on remand against Washtenaw County district court Judge J. Cedric Simpson. You can read the findings of fact in its entirety below or view as a […]
On September 29, 2015, the Michigan Court of Appeals in Gillette Commercial Operations v Dep’t of Treasury, No 325258 (consolidated with about 50 other cases), held that Michigan’s retroactive repeal of the Multistate Tax Compact (MTC) to avoid paying $1.1 billion […]