Louis Szura Named as State Bar Health Care Law Section Chair
Louis Szura Named as State Bar Health Care Law Section Chair

The State Bar of Michigan Health Care Law Section (HCLS) has named health care lawyer Louis C. Szura as chair for a one-year term (2018-19). Szura, a founding partner of Southfield law firm Szura &…

Medicare Making Big Changes For Telehealth Reimbursement?

Government reimbursement is a major sticking point for physicians seeking to incorporate telehealth into their practice. The requirements for government telehealth reimbursement are burdensome and make implementing such services difficult to justify economically, despite the…

Starting a Small Business? : Don’t Go it Alone

After making the decision to start your own small business, it is a smart idea to make an experienced business lawyer an integral part of your team as soon as possible.  He or she will…

To Be, Or Not To Be … In Arbitration … That Is The Question

              Sometimes you’re stuck. You must arbitrate. Maybe you entered an agreement to do so. Is such an agreement binding and enforceable? If you willingly sign  an agreement to arbitrate there’s a pretty good chance you’ll…

Required Payment of Sales Commissions: Michigan’s Procuring Cause Doctrine

  Legal technicalities may not be invoked to avoid paying sales agents’ commissions. That’s the essence of Michigan’s procuring cause doctrine – an equitable doctrine established by Michigan’s supreme court to protect commission based sales…