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Is There a Billboard in Your Future?

You’ve probably seen billboards advertising lawyers with captions vowing to fight for you. But have you ever wondered if a billboard would be right for your practice?

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Richard L. Cunningham Sworn in as SBM Representative Assembly Chair

Richard L. Cunningham, of Detroit, has been sworn in as the chair of the Representative Assembly for 2018-2019.

Jennifer M. Grieco Sworn in as State Bar President

Jennifer M. Grieco, of Birmingham, has been sworn in as the 84th president of the State Bar of Michigan.

Limited Scope Representation Rules Adopted by Michigan Supreme Court

The Michigan Supreme Court has adopted rules providing clearer direction to attorneys offering limited scope representation.

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Federal Judge Dedicated to Helping Pro Se Litigants

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The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan launched a two-year pilot program to help pro se litigants resolve their cases quickly and effectively. The program is called the Early Mediation Program for Pro Se Prisoner Civil Rights Cases, and it will give prisoners the opportunity to speak with a trained mediator and the defendants in an informal environment before jumping into costly litigation battles.

U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts was instrumental in the implementation of the program, and modeled it after an existing program in Nevada. She said, “pro se litigants are outnumbered and outgunned in the legal system,” and “we think many of these cases can be resolved if we can get everybody in the same room to come to a resolution satisfactory to everyone.” More


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