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Donald Campbell to address the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers Mid-Year Meeting in Miami, Florida

Donald Campbell will be addressing the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers Mid-Year Meeting in Miami, Florida on February 10, 2007. He will be discussing “Attorney Free Speech Rights after Grievance Administrator v Fieger.”

David C. Anderson obtained summary disposition on behalf of a patent lawyer

David C. Anderson obtained summary disposition on behalf of a patent lawyer who was sued for allegedly failing to timely file a patent assignment from the inventor to the plaintiff corporation and for allegedly failing to obtain the broadest patent possible under the law. Mr. Anderson persuaded the Oakland County Circuit Court that the plaintiff…

The firms’ five-attorney appellate department has three cases in the Michigan Supreme Court in the ’06-’07 term

The firms’ five-attorney appellate department has three cases in the Michigan Supreme Court in the ’06-’07 term: a statute of limitation case where the Court has asked the parties to brief whether all discovery rules must be statutory (Trentadue v MFO Management), and two contractual indemnity cases (Tri-County v Hills Pet and Lanzo Construction v…

Janice Hildenbrand has written a summary of Michigan employment law: A State-by-State Compendium 2006.

Janice Hildenbrand has written a summary of Michigan employment law as the Michigan state editor for DRI’s Employment Law: A State-by-State Compendium 2006.

Deborah Hebert obtains the reversal of a $600,000 judgment in the Court of Appeals

In April of 2006, Deborah Hebert obtained the reversal of a $600,000 judgment in the Court of Appeals on behalf of a property owner who used it for his auto shop business, which was incorporated. The Court agreed that the exclusive remedy provision of the Workers’ Disability Compensation Act barred the claim.

Donald D. Campbell co-presents a seminar on the Proposed Amendments

Donald D. Campbell co-presented a seminar on the Proposed Amendments to the Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct at the Oakland County Bar Association’s State of the Law Day.

Donald D. Campbell appointed co-chair of the Committee on Aging and the Profession

In September 2005 Donald D. Campbell was appointed co-chair of the Committee on Aging and the Profession a joint project between the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers and the National Organization of Bar Counsel. The Committee creating ways to humanely and efficiently address the problems that will clearly arise as the profession ages and to…

Client Securs a $150,000 Win

Instead of a $150,000 loss in a contractual indemnity lawsuit, the client secured a $150,000 win. Noreen Slank handled the appeal in SMART v Madonna University, finalized in the Michigan Supreme Court in the November 29, 2005 order denying SMART’s Application for Leave to Appeal.

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