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Posted: Sep 18, 2019, 12:10 PM
In the case of In re Estate of Seville (Docket No. 348819), plaintiff Tonya Phillips and defendant Andrew Seville were divorced. The couple had a contentious relationship. When their daughter was killed in a 2019 accident, the plaintiff and the defendant sought to be individually named as the personal representative of her estate.
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Posted: Jun 7, 2017, 10:10 AM
In this case of consolidated appeals of denial of motions to quash their bind-overs to Eaton Circuit Court on charges of owning a dangerous animal, People v Ridge, No. 333790 and People v Olney, No. 333791, the Michigan Court of Appeals reversed and remanded for entry of an order quashing the bind-overs.
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Posted: May 25, 2016, 10:30 AM
As we reported earlier, employees looking for job protection under the Whistleblowers Protection Act (WPA) will have to search elsewhere when they report a suspected future violation of the law under the Michigan Supreme Court ruling in Pace v Edel-Harrelson No. 151374. The court held that such reports were not “protected activity” under the WPA. It remanded the case back to the Court of Appeals for consideration of the plaintiff’s claim that her termination was a violation of public policy.
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Posted: Jan 14, 2014, 8:35 AM
In an unpublished decision of the Michigan Court of Appeals, In re Mina L. Olson Trust (Docket No. 307835), the Court of Appeals upheld a probate court’s order that approved as reasonable and necessary legal fees billed by a law firm that had been retained by a former trustee, even though the fees were partly due to the trustee's negligence.
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