Archive: June 2016

  • A sidebar with…Martin W. Buschle

    June 27, 2016

    “As a litigator, Martin W. Buschle is used to fighting for his clients in court. But three years ago, the Rhoades McKee partner had to do his best to be vigilant while his wife Pamela was doing a different kind of fighting.”

  • You Ask, We Answer.

    June 16, 2016

    Q: I run a nonprofit organization. We pay our managers a salary, but most of them do not meet the new salary basis requirements published by the Department of Labor. What do I do? A: Depending on the details of your organization, as well as the details of the work performed by your employees, the […]

  • Michigan Supreme Court Addresses Admissibility of Expert Standard of Care Opinions and Qualification of Expert Witness in Medical Malpractice Action

    June 14, 2016

    On June 6, 2016, the Michigan Supreme Court released its unanimous opinion in Rock v Crocker (Docket No. 150719).  In this opinion authored by Justice Bernstein, the Supreme Court addressed two issues in the context of a medical malpractice action:  (1) the admissibility of testimony by the plaintiff’s expert witness that the defendant physician breached […]

  • Rhoades McKee Named a 2016 Leading Law Firm by Chambers USA

    June 9, 2016

    (June 9, 2016) Chambers and Partners have recognized Rhoades McKee for its Commercial Litigation work in Michigan. Ranking the best lawyers since 1990, Chambers and Partners employs 150 full-time editors and researchers to evaluate law firms across the United States. The directory contains a detailed editorial describing the ranked firms, details of their recent work, […]

  • To Protect Assets Upon Death, TOD’s the name

    June 6, 2016

    “Generally, assets titled solely in your name, with no joint owner and no associated beneficiary designation, will be subject to probate when you pass away. The main categories of assets that avoid probate are:

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