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February 16, 2018

By: Anissa Hudy, Esq. and Sara MacWilliams, Esq.

Our last article gave you an overview of basics on receiverships and alerted you to Michigan adopting the Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (UCRERA).

Now, let’s discuss THE MOST important decision faced when...

February 9, 2018

Dealing with commercial property and shareholder disputes has afforded me numerous opportunities recently to deal with receivers. A good receiver is a good tool to save a struggling business or property in the midst of a dispute. A bad receiver can literally kill a goo...

February 8, 2018

MacWilliams Law has favorably settled four cases in the last two calendar months, with one closing this week. Some cases are not meant to settle. Certainly, not all cases should settle, especially when one party is being unreasonable. Here are some of the common elemen...

January 18, 2018

Early this month I handled a complex hearing that spanned multiple days and ultimately resulted in the appointment of a receiver of my client's choice. It was grueling: as is so often the case, I was the youngest attorney and only female attorney on the case, and my cl...

June 28, 2017

Legal services are expensive. Whether you pay hourly or, if you’re in the plaintiff position, give the attorney a substantial percentage of any recovery, having to pay legal fees is often a wound on top of the unhappy event that lands you in the justice system.

Thus, cl...

June 3, 2017

One of the worst things any potential litigant can do is make ridiculous demands that they have no intention or ability of following through on. 

Do not send letters threatening to sue people for a million dollars if at most they owe you $50,000. Do not tell people they...

June 1, 2017

Any good lawyer will refuse to sell legal services that will not actually benefit the client. This is especially true when working with small and start-up businesses, wherein my job as a legal counselor often involves telling my client that it does not make sense to sp...

May 10, 2017

Every person that takes a position as an officer or director of a company takes fiduciary duties to the company and shareholders/members they serve.  Every single one.  There is no power without responsibility.  Failure to exercise that power in the best interests...

May 4, 2017

The "American Health Care Act" is all over the news today. (As anyone in the industry knows, it's "healthcare." Using the term "health care" as two words is as out-of-touch as the  hyphenated term "e-mail.)

While the politicians divide up (entirely speculative) fut...

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