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

Personal Liability for Business Debts in Michigan

Piercing the corporate veil                                                               …

Civil Trials: Jury or Judge?

If you were a party to a civil lawsuit would you want a jury or a judge to decide your fate? Juries are typically seen as favoring the little guy, usually the plaintiff. But maybe…

Multiemployer Pension Fund Withdrawal Liability — Time For Reform?

By: Del A. Szura Multiemployer defined benefit pension plans face the problem of underfunding. Will there be enough money to pay pensioners the benefits they’ve been promised? Such pension funds are insured through the Pension…