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June 2001, Volume 80, No. 6



U.S. Supreme Court Review--Bush v Gore
by Leonard M. Niehoff


Crossing the Bar--Preparation for Practice, Preparation for the Law
by Stephen J. Safranek


When Your Boss Wants It the Old Way
by Wayne Schiess


President's Page--Ever Better
by Thomas J. Ryan


Something to Smile About: Paul Goebel Group and Delta Dental team up to offer new member benefit


Speaking Out--Grandparent's Have No Constitutional Rights to Custody and Visitation: The Effect of Troxel v Granville on Michigan Law
by Anne Argiroff and Ann Routt


Viewpoints--UPL- We Need Your Input
by John T. Berry


Cooley's Challenge: Innocence Project teams students with lawyers to free the wrongfully convicted
by Naseem Stecker


Senior Attorney's Fill Legal Niche: The Saginaw County Senior Circuit Pro Bono Bar is first of its kind in the state
by Naseem Stecker


Technolawyer.com:Smart Lease Your Way to a New PC
by Ross L. Kodner

 

The Michigan Education Savings Plan: How saving for college can be a good investment
by Ann-Mary Petroskey


Required Retirement Distributions Made Simple: The IRS surprised everyone by making sweeping changes to the retirement plan age 70 1/2 required distribution rules.
by Warren J. Widmayer


The Purchase and Sale of a Sports Team: Tax issues and rules
by Paul L. B. McKenney and Eric M. Nemeth


Stocking Up: An equity compensation plan giving employees stock options must comply with a host of securities and tax laws for the company and recipients to get the biggest payoff
by Anthony J. Caputo and Julia Caputo Stift


Settling with the IRS: New avenues expedite conflict resolution
by Trevor Wetherington and Vincent Canciello

 
     

 

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