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Month: March 2017
The Oxford Comma has become a rallying cry for grammar enthusiasts and has prompted a number of hilarious, if often inappropriate memes. But now the dispute over style and punctuation has gotten serious, deciding the fate of several workers’ claim for overtime pay in Maine.
Automated legal services, particularly document preparation services, have been the boogieman for lawyers for years. But as automation gets better, attorneys need to make the decision to embrace it and use it to improve their work lives.
Since the Michigan Court Rules changed in 2016, local lawyers have been on pins and needles about using unpublished cases. Some even wonder if it is legal to use them anymore. So let’s cut through the fear and look at the court rule.