This document provides an overview of the hold-up problem in long-term supply contracts and how the court views modifications to agreements that appear to be in “bad-faith” or may cause the other party “economic duress”.
This syllabus was prepared by Corbin R. Davis regarding the case of Sholberg v Truman where the court decided that the title owner of real property cannot be held liable for a public nuisance that arose from that property when someone other than the title owner was in actual possession of the property, exercised control over the property, and created the alleged nuisance.
This document is an official publication of the State Bar of Michigan Appellate Practice Section, containing the following topics:
- From the Chair (commentary on personal attacks on an opposing party or their counsel)
- Analysis of Recent Michigan Patent Appeals
- Michigan’s Changed Appellate Abuse of Discretion Standard Part IV: The New Standard’s Development and Impact
- Stu’s Tech Talk
- Outcomes on Appeal: Phase One
- Cases Pending Before the Supreme Court After Grant of Oral Argument on Application
This document provides an overview of Michigan’s non-party at fault rules.
This compendium of legal malpractice law was prepared by members of the Primerus Defense Institute. Lawyers from throughout the country volunteered their time and expertise to prepare an overview of the law in all 50 states. Like any similar publication, it should not be used to provide a definitive answer to one particular set of circumstances. Rather, the intent was to prepare a basic overview of the law in each state, with the hope that the reader will find it useful and informative.