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Michigan May Become Friendlier for Solar and Wind Energy

Michigan, like many other states, is moving toward more renewable and “clean” sources of energy. In fact, the Michigan legislature has proposed a goal requiring 100% clean energy production by the year 2035. However, if this goal becomes law, Michigan…

Navigating the Financial Incentives and Legal and Regulatory Considerations of Having an EV Charging Station on Your Property as a Michigan Landowner

In an era where sustainability intertwines with economic development, the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) signifies a significant shift in our governments’ policy objectives, our economy, including Michigan’s automotive industry, and our transportation methods. Central to this movement is the…

Understanding Representations and Warranties in Transaction: A Guide for Michigan Business Owners

The purchase or sale of business assets is a pivotal moment for any small to medium-sized business. Much is at stake. And these transactions are rarely as simple as shaking hands over a signed contract. Within purchase and sale agreements…

Why Religious Land Use Rights Mean So Much to Me

For sixteen years, I have been privileged to fight for the land use rights and civil liberties of religious institutions across the country. I have represented churches, synagogues, mosques, religious schools, meditation centers, and homeless shelters. As an attorney, I…
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