Fraser Trebilcock attorney Michael H. Perry was recently named a Super Lawyer 2014. Only five percent of attorneys in Michigan are awarded with the honor. Mr. Perry has an AV preeminent rating by Martindale Hubbell, and is a current Fellow of the Michigan State Bar Foundation. He was inducted as a Fellow into the Litigation … Continue reading Attorney Michael H. Perry Named Super Lawyer 2014
Fraser Trebilcock Firm President Michael P. Donnelly was inducted into the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Class of 2015 “Leaders in the Law” today at a luncheon in Troy. The honor is given to legal professionals who have made great strides in the law and demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in private practice, the corporate arena and social advocacy. … Continue reading Firm President Michael P. Donnelly Honored as 2015 Leader in the Law
Bringing you five stories that matter in Michigan this week – July 15, 2022. Legal, legislative, and regulatory updates.
November 10’s posting, below, predicted that the Michigan Supreme Court would deny leave to appeal from a decision regarding MERS’ right to foreclose by advertisement. As a lifetime Michigan resident, one should have known better to try to predict a Supreme Court’s decision. Doing so is like trying to predict our Great Lakes-influenced weather.
The Michigan Supreme Court heard arguments today on whether it should grant an application for leave to appeal from and reverse the Michigan Court of Appeals April 21, 2011 opinion in Residential Funding Co. LLC v. Saurman [“Saurman”] which held that Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems [“MERS”], a “nominee” [agent] of a lender and holder of … Continue reading Foreclosure by Advertisement?
On April 25, 2011, in a case illustrating the partisan politics played in the Michigan Supreme Court, the Court issued a 4 to 3 decision to dismiss an environmental protection act case and vacate that Court’s December 2010 decision in the same matter on the ground that the case was “moot.”
Bringing you five stories that matter in Michigan this week – September 22, 2023. Legal, legislative, and regulatory updates.
Bringing you five stories that matter in Michigan this week – September 15, 2023. Legal, legislative, and regulatory updates.
On July 2, 2013, the Governor signed into law 2013 Public Act 98 which made some very significant changes to Michigan’s Inland Lakes & Streams and Wetlands Protection Acts which are known as “part 301” and “part 303,” respectively, of Michigan’s Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act. The federal Clean Water Act required the United … Continue reading US EPA Approves and Disapproves of Michigan’s Changes to the Inland Lakes & Streams and Wetland Protection Acts
On September 18, 2015, the US Environmental Protection Agency sent a Notice of Violation of the federal Clean Air Act to Volkswagen AG, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. and Audi AG [collectively “Volkswagen”]