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July 2012, Volume 91, No. 7



What Have We Done for You Lately?: State Bar Benefits, Discounts, and Services Offer Tremendous Value to Your Membership
by Julie I. Fershtman


Acronymonious
by Mark Cooney


3.8 Million and Counting: The Complexity and Wordiness of Tax Law
by Marjorie Gell


Customer Relationship Management Software: Help for Attorneys in a Competitive Marketplace
by John D. Crane and Victoria Vuletich


Stress Management: Healthy vs. Unhealthy
by Tish Vincent


Book Review -- Giving It All Away: The Story of William W. Cook and His Michigan Law Quadrangle
by Henry M. Grix


Section Briefs

 

Some People Really Are Interested in Taxes: Tax Law Theme Introduction
by Paul V. McCord


Application of Michigan and Federal Taxes, Exemptions, and Policy to Tribal Members and Tribal Governments
by Jill J. Babcock and Daniel S. Hoops


Transitioning to the Michigan Corporate Income Tax: Out With the Old and In With the New
by Wayne D. Roberts


A Taxpayer's Prickly Path: Joint and Several Income Tax Liability
by Michele LaForest Halloran

 

Up Front


Opinion and Dissent


Michigan Lawyers in History: Clarence M. Burton
by Carrie Sharlow


State Bar of Michigan 2012 Annual Meeting


Proposed Section Bylaw Amendments

 
     

 

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