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8
Sep

Kaitlyn Cramer Featured in ICLE Program on No-Fault Health Provider Issues

Kaitlyn Cramer
In May 2017, the Michigan Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling in Covenant Medical Center v State Farm, finding that health care providers do not have a statutory cause of action to assert claims directly against insurers under the No-Fault Act. The decision leaves open the possibility that indivi[...]
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5
Sep

ZAC Attorneys Honored as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2017

Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2017
Zausmer, August & Caldwell, P.C. is proud to announce that 15 of its attorneys – the most ever – were named to the 2017 list of Super Lawyers. Fewer than five percent of lawyers in Michigan are selected by the research team at Thomson Reuters to receive the Super Lawyers designation. Seve[...]
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24
Aug

DBusiness Names Mischa Boardman Among Top Lawyers for 2018

Mischa Boardman
Each year, DBusiness Magazine publishes its list of “Top Lawyers,” a collection of the most accomplished, highly regarded attorneys in Southeastern Michigan. We are pleased to announce that Zausmer, August & Caldwell shareholder Mischa Boardman is among the honorees for 2018. The magazine[...]
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23
Aug

Cinnamon Rice Selected to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s 2017 “Women in the Law”

Cinnamon Rice
Zausmer, August & Caldwell shareholder Cinnamon Rice is a seasoned litigator, respected member of the bar, and community activist. Because of her wide-ranging dedication and professionalism, Michigan Lawyers Weekly named Cinnamon to its 2017 class of “Women in the Law,” an award that honors [...]
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21
Aug

Michigan Supreme Court to Consider Expanding Threshold Requirements for Expert Testimony in Developing Areas of Science

Laura Van Hyfte
Litigants may soon have additional guidance when assessing and attacking the qualifications of experts who seek to testify on lesser-known but developing areas of science under Michigan Rule of Evidence 702. In Walters v Falik, the Michigan Supreme Court granted oral arguments on a handful of evi[...]
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