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Yale Law Journal Highlights How RLUIPA Can Help Churches Create Affordable Housing

The Yale Law Journal recently published an article entitled Churching Nimbys:  Creating Affordable Housing on Church Property by Rev. Patrick E. Reidy, C.S.C. The article explains how existing religious liberty protections  may prove useful in combatting the affordable-housing crisis. Father Pat Reidy, who serves…

Minority Owner Rights in Michigan Businesses

The interplay between majority and minority owners forms the backbone of corporate governance and decision-making in Michigan businesses. While minority owners bring valuable diversity and insight to a company’s strategic direction, their smaller equity stakes can sometimes place them at…

Property Rights and Prescriptive Easements

The concept of an easement is well established in law. It is commonly defined as a legal right that allows someone to use another person’s property for a specific purpose. The common type of easement involves a public utility using…

How the Corporate Transparency Act May Effect Bankruptcy

The Corporate Transparency Act (“the Act”) went into effect on January 1, 2024, to prevent individuals with malicious intent from attempting to facilitate illegally operated businesses in the United States. For more information related to the Act itself and how…
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