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September 30, 2016

On September 22, 2016, in The Grosse Pointe Law Firm, PC v. Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC, Case No. 326312, the Michigan Court of Appeals was called upon to determine when a cause of action for a breach of a repair-or-replace provision accrues under the Uniform...

September 19, 2016

In Michigan, two parties can become bound to a contract without having prepared and signed a formal-looking document called a “contract” or “agreement.” That’s because the law provides that a contract is formed when there’s been an offer, an acceptance of that offer, a...

September 18, 2016

Sometimes, settling a lawsuit can involve making assumptions or agreements you might later regret. While living with a less than perfect agreement is a necessary part of resolving litigation, careful drafting can preserve your ability to make minor course corrections t...

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