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The Michigan Supreme Court Can't Decide Whether It Is Proper For An Attorney To Write Himself Into His Client's Will http://bit.ly/2NHveds
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The Next Generation Of Business Owners http://bit.ly/2tStG88
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Whistleblower Allowed to Proceed with Her Federal False Claims Qui Tam Case Against Home Health Agency http://bit.ly/2NiOFJh
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The Michigan Supreme Court Leaves Appellate Decision Intact: Employee's Report to Her Attorney of a Good Faith Belief that Her Employer Violated Law is Protected Under Michigan's Whistleblower Act http://bit.ly/2IbNFTv
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Welcome Relief for Survivors of Sexual Abuse: The State of Michigan Extends the Statute of Limitations in Civil and Criminal Cases http://bit.ly/2HPKkJA
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Trademark rights and consumer confusion http://bit.ly/2IGRC3M
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Inquiring Taxpayers Want to Know Important Data on Medicare Advantage Spending http://bit.ly/2rfKNyD
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Action Is Required To Protect Your Intellectual Property http://bit.ly/2H6VFFr
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Non-competes find favor in Michigan
Check out this article about non-compete agreements in Michigan. While courts in many states are beginning to take a more skeptical stance towards the enforceability on non-compete agreements, Michigan courts remain an exception. Commercial non-competes in the state are not subject to a reasonableness test, while employment non-compete agreements are valid so long as they protect legitimate business interests and do not place unreasonable restrictions on employees.
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How is intellectual property protected in Michigan?
Take a look at this article about protecting intellectual property in Michigan. Products of the human mind, including artistic works, inventions and even the marks used to identify a business may be considered people’s intellectual property. Depending on their needs, inventors, artists, authors, creators and others may protect such creations and innovations from unauthorized use or reproduction through patents, trademarks and copyrights.
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