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Effective attorney fee agreements are part of every profitable law practice. Get sample fee agreements and practice commentary for 13 types of matters, plus chapters on ethical requirements, practical issues in fees and billing, and collecting your fees.

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Concise explanation of governmental immunity in Michigan, including analysis of the current state of the law, practical advice, and sample pleadings. Appendix includes current and prior versions of the statute, with expert commentary.

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Popular handbook covering the 22 most common areas of Michigan practice, from real estate to divorce, employment, probate, debt collection, ADR, and more. Each chapter summarizes the law, gives practical guidance, and includes sample forms.

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Help your clients protect their most valuable intangible business assets. Covers unfair competition, trade secrets, fraud, business defamation, noncompetes, breach of fiduciary duty, shareholder derivative suits, and claims involving computer technology.

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Save time and start the case right with bullet-point summaries and complaints for more than 70 causes of action. Find primary authority, related claims, and affirmative defenses for tort, employment, business tort, contract, and real estate actions.

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Understand the damages you can recover in Michigan civil cases, including wrongful death, employment, civil rights, breach of contract, business tort, and real estate cases. Also covers attorney fees, interest, and restitutionary remedies.

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Explains the law and practice in first-party and third-party no-fault cases in Michigan from both the plaintiff's and defense perspectives. Practical advice and sample forms help you handle the case from start to finish.

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Comprehensive guide to tort cases in Michigan. Covers personal injury cases, malpractice, civil rights, commercial torts, and torts to property interests. Explains health care liens, liability insurance, taxation of damages, and structured settlements.


Upcoming Seminars
Live 04/26-27/18 | Electronic Materials
Join 400+ members of Michigan’s no-fault community. No matter which side of the law you practice, gain new perspectives from trial court judges, insurance professionals, and plaintiff and defense lawyers.


On-Demand Seminars
Online Training
Sharpen your deposition skills with a third-party personal injury case. Watch eight no-fault litigators demonstrate successful techniques. Apply what you’ve learned with practical exercises and expert analysis. Tackle expert witness depositions.

Presented 10/26/15 | On-Demand Seminar
The past year has brought another slew of judicial opinions and legislative amendments to the No-Fault Act. Both plaintiff and defense practitioners need to consider how these changes will impact their clients.

Presented 10/26/16 | On-Demand Seminar
The past year has seen a host of important cases interpreting the No-Fault Act. Get up to speed on the latest in provider litigation, the innocent third-party rule, uninsured motorists, and more.

Presented 10/10/17 | On-Demand Seminar
The courts have been busy this year issuing several major opinions involving the No-Fault Act. We break down the big and little cases including opinions on Bahri motions, coordination of benefits, and new statutes on ride-hailing services.

Presented 02/28/17 | On-Demand Seminar
When the mistakes of a former lawyer have harmed your client, you may need to file suit to protect your client's interests. Keep the profession honest and make sure your client is made whole by filing a solid and well researched legal malpractice action.

Presented 02/09/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Slip and fall cases are a challenge for any plaintiff's lawyer. Getting around an "open and obvious" defense is critical to recovering damages. You need to know what facts make for a promising case and how to make the most of your client's position.

Presented 05/11/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Medical malpractice claims are more complex than general negligence cases. At every stage of the suit, you need to make strategic decisions about intricate statutes, substantial caselaw, and stringent time constraints.

Presented 05/13/15 | On-Demand Seminar
Resolve personal injury cases quicker and avoid financial penalties by effectively navigating the Medicare lien system. Get best practice tips to determine when Medicare applies. Draft discovery to identify the scope of injury-related medical expenses.

Presented 09/05/17 | On-Demand Seminar
The Michigan Supreme Court's decision in Covenant Med Ctr v State Farm Mut Auto Ins Co upended the right of health care providers to sue insurers for no-fault benefits. Here is how practitioners are handling this change on the ground.

Presented 04/24/15 | Electronic Materials
Get the electronic materials and select recorded segments with practical coverage of the hottest no-fault topics featuring leading experts in the field, including insurance professionals, trial judges and successful practitioners.

Presented 04/29/16 | Electronic Materials
Practical insight into no-fault issues like the Bahri case, fraudulent claims, catastrophic injuries, developments in coverage and exclusions, setoffs and priorities, critical components of medical records, and using technology for discovery.

Presented 04/28/17 | Electronic Materials
Get practical help delivering the results your no-fault clients demand. No matter what side of the law you practice, gain new perspectives from trial court judges, insurance professionals, and plaintiff and defense lawyers.

Presented 11/01/16 | On-Demand Seminar
No-fault cases are so numerous that even if you don't practice in this area, one of your clients has likely still been impacted by one of these matters. Represent your clients better by knowing what claims are available and how these cases are litigated.

Presented 11/02/15 | On-Demand Seminar
Third-party no-fault cases present unique challenges for even the experienced practitioner. Get real world practice tips for representing both plaintiffs and defendants so you can make the best case for your client.


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