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Fraser Trebilcock attorney Graham K. Crabtree was recently named the Best Lawyers® 2014 Lansing Appellate Practice “Lawyer of the Year”. Before joining Fraser Trebilcock in 1996, Mr. Crabtree specialized in appellate practice for ten years as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney […]
So, picture this: John’s 7 year old son, Adam, was recently bit by a dog and suffered damages as a result. John and the dog owner discussed Adam’s personal injury claim, but no complaint was actually filed. Instead, in order […]
The IRS has launched a new Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions website at IRS.gov/aca to educate individuals and businesses on how the health care law may affect them. The new home page has three sections, which explain the tax benefits and […]
The recent Health Care Seminar sponsored by Fraser Trebilcock and the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce was covered by WILX. Their article and video feature interviews with attorneys Mike James, who was the keynote speaker, and Beth Latachana, who answered […]
Michael H. Perry, Fraser Trebilcock Davis and Dunlap P.C. Introduction On July 2, 2013, Governor Snyder signed Senate Bill 163 into law as 2013 Public Act 98 (“PA 98” or “Act”). The Act significantly amends Parts 301 (inland lakes […]
This morning, Fraser Trebilcock teamed up with the Lansing Chamber of Commerce to put together a seminar on Health Care Reform for small businesses. Topics included Health Care Tax Credits and Penalties, Pay or Play Mandate, Health Insurance Exchanges, SHOPs, […]
Is your business ready for the start of the Affordable Care Act? Even if you decide not to offer employees health insurance, there are mandates to follow and fees to pay. Join Fraser Trebilcock at this upcoming seminar featuring attorney […]
The Michigan Supreme Court has recently held that landlords have a duty to request police involvement when the landlord or its agent is placed on notice of potential criminal acts in a common area of the premises.
Notice of Exchange By October 1, 2013, employers must notify their employees about the availability of the Exchange. New hires must be provided the notice within 14 days of their hire date. Information about this requirement, as well as the […]
Through the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Act”), the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (“Institute”) was created to promote research to advance the quality of evidence-based medicine. The Institute is funded through the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust […]