Daniel J. McGlynn Receives Premier 100 Designation from National Academy of Jurisprudence
The National Academy of Jurisprudence (NAJ) has recently recognized Daniel J. McGlynn as one of 100 premier trial attorneys in the state of Michigan. This is a distinction reserved for attorneys who have established themselves through their professionalism and excellence in service. Membership into NAJ’s Premier 100 requires the satisfaction of stringent criteria and standards […]
Piercing the corporate veil and proceedings supplementary to judgment: major procedural changes
(Green v. Ziegelman 282 Mich App 292 (2009) The redress of grievances through the filing of suit in the various Courts is the hallmark of our judicial system. Fighting the fight is one thing, but in our Courts of Damages, actual recovery on claims is what renders the fight worthwhile. A successful resolution in litigation […]
Balsmeier v. Balsmeier
A Canadian Family Court granted plaintiff’s motion where the relief sought was to prohibit defendant from selling or encumbering her home in Novi. Plaintiff filed the instant action seeking enforcement of that order in Oakland County Circuit Court, and filed a lis penders of the Novi property.
Thompson v OUR Credit Union
Counsel argued ‘new’ suit was idential to denied motion. Only one cause of action added. Defendant OUR Credit Union is a Royal Oak based nonprofit credit union.