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Actions Involving Corporations

Actions Involving Corporations

Business litigation involving a corporation typically involves claims brought under the Michigan Business Corporations Act (“BCA”), MCLA 450.1101 et. seq. However, the BCA is not the only source of statutory claims involving corporations. Section 3605 of the Revised Judicature Act,…

The Burden of Proof in Adverse Possession

The Burden of Proof in Adverse Possession

The burden of proof in an adverse possession case is “clear and cogent.” There is a terrific legal citation to quote regarding this heightened burden when defending adverse possession claims. Take a look at footnote 2 from the case of…

Bankruptcy Discharge of Litigation Debts

Bankruptcy Discharge of Litigation Debts

An understanding of whether a debt is dischargeable in bankruptcy is essential to a business and commercial litigator for at least three reasons – – (1) to structure the claims being brought in the complaint; (2) to evaluate the credibility…

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