DETROIT — A federal appeals court has thrown out a $3.5 million jury verdict for a Detroit-area man who was in jail for 15 days in a case of mistaken identity.
A Grand Rapids distillery has adopted a new name to reflect its Grand River heritage.Gray Skies Distillery re-branded itself today as Eastern Kille, a...
The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission has elected Hon. Jon Hulsing to serve as its vice-chairperson.
Detroit-based law firm Miller Canfield, which has a Grand Rapids office, named Megan Norris as its new chief executive officer, the first woman in the firm’s history to hold that title.
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed into law a $106 million plan Tuesday that will provide relief to businesses and fund efforts to fight the economic impact of the coronavirus.
Fraser Consulting, a full-service governmental and legislative affairs firm and a subsidiary of Fraser Trebilcock law firm, welcomed Elvin L. Caldwell Jr. as its new legislative consultant.
Editor’s note: Each Q&A in the Influential Women enewsletter will feature a woman from the region who’s influential, a rising face in her industry...
Under the direction of the State Court Administrative Office, Grand Rapids’ 61st District Court entered Phase I Reopen Plan in response to the increase in COVID-19 cases.
Mika Meyers elected attorneys Benjamin A. Zainea, Scott E. Dwyer and Joshua D. Beard to its management committee for 2021.
MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A Detroit-area pizza entrepreneur was charged with fraud Thursday in seeking more than $900,000 in government-backed loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Grand Rapids-based Gruel Mills Nims & Pylman PLLC named Thomas Worsfold and Laura Danielson partners of the firm, joining five other partners.
LANSING — Water shutoffs will be banned through March under legislation signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Judge William G. Kelly will retire from the bench Jan. 1 after serving at the city of Kentwood’s 62-B District Court for 42 years.
Thacker Sleight welcomed Courtney Sierra, who will join the firm’s family law group.
LANSING — Michigan lawmakers began voting Tuesday to lengthen Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's coronavirus emergency declaration by 23 days rather than adopt a 70-day extension she requested.
The owners of a downtown tiki bar and restaurant declared bankruptcy.
DETROIT — A welder who rose from the factory floor to become president of a venerable U.S. labor union was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in prison for luxurious winter stays in the California sun covered by dues paid by his blue-collar members.
BEULAH — Some sheriffs have said they won't enforce Michigan's top election official's ban on openly carrying guns near polling places on Election Day.
This past weekend can easily be described as a roller coaster for Michigan’s gay couples seeking to marry.ConstitutionalityFollowing Federal District Court Judge Bernard A....
Ven Johnson Law PLC recently filed a lawsuit in the Mecosta County Circuit Court against Meijer Inc. and Eagle Produce LLC, requesting more than $25,000.