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

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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 with 120+ causes of action and 200+ complaint-drafting checklists and sample complaints grouped into easily searchable chapters. Quickly identify controlling law, the statute of limitations, and jury instructions.

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Explains first-party no-fault litigation, third-party automobile negligence cases, and uninsured/underinsured motorist actions from the plaintiff 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.


Certificates
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Make your next deposition your best with online training. Eight no-fault litigators demonstrate best practices. Hands-on exercises prepare you to take depositions, resolve problems, and depose experts. Gain new techniques and develop your winning style.


On-Demand Seminars
Presented 08/15/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Oral argument can make or break a dispositive motion. See how it's done by experts who do it every week and hear from the bench on what works and what doesn't.

Presented 03/19/19 | On-Demand Seminar
Winning a Daubert challenge can get a case dismissed or seriously weaken it for the opposing party. Anticipate grounds for a Daubert challenge when choosing an expert witness and strategically challenge an opponent's expert witness.

Presented 12/19/19 | On-Demand Seminar
Be prepared to present and defend against evidence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) at trial by seeing how two experts take testimony from lay and expert witnesses.

Presented 10/12/18 | On-Demand Seminar
The past year has seen the continued evolution of medical provider litigation as well as important decisions regarding fraud, limitation periods, policy expectations, and no-fault reform. Get the latest from both sides, plaintiff and defense.

Presented 03/01/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Experienced litigators from several practice areas share their methods for effectively using expert witnesses and challenging those of the opposing party.

Presented 06/25/19 | On-Demand Seminar
Pursuing an action in the Michigan Court of Claims requires a lawyer to pay careful attention to a complex and unique set of rules. Get useful tips for keeping your client's claim alive through judgment or settlement.

Presented 09/19/18 | On-Demand Seminar
When settling a personal injury claim, be prepared to deal with the implications of a Medicare lien. As a guardian, ensure your ward's funds and Medicare eligibility are protected by navigating the reimbursement process through CMS.

Presented 09/03/19 | On-Demand Seminar
No-fault reform will require both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the first of our two-part series, our experts cover PIP coverage levels, third-party liability, order of priority, and the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan.

Presented 09/10/19 | On-Demand Seminar
No-fault reform will require both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the second of our two-part series, our experts cover litigation, out-of-state residents, IMEs, and the new fee schedule for reimbursements.

Presented 04/27/18 | 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.

Presented 05/03/19 | Electronic Materials
Deliver the results your clients demand. No matter which side you practice on, gain new perspectives from trial court judges, insurance professionals, and plaintiff and defense lawyers. There's something for everyone.

Posted 05/08/20 | On-Demand Event
Get the latest thinking on no-fault reform from Michigan’s best. Register for this on-demand event. Get individual on-demand access to video recordings, written materials, and PowerPoints for three years, starting May 8, 2020.

Presented 12/05/19 | On-Demand Seminar
No-fault lawyers on both sides need to stay informed of all aspects of the law. Get up to speed on recent changes affecting fraud claims, injury threshold, discovery, and more.

Presented 10/22/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Bring yourself up to speed on the latest third-party no-fault practice developments while also getting expert litigation tips for representing both plaintiffs and defendants.


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