Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Kids, Campgrounds, and Unsupervised Play: A Parents’ Guide


Kids, Campgrounds, and Unsupervised Play: A Parents’ Guide

For many families, summer in Michigan means vacations up north and trips to the state and county fairs. Often, parents use these weekends to give their kids a chance at unsupervised play in the relative safety of the campgrounds. But those properties also come with certain risks. Find out what a parent’s duty to supervise is when a child is injured on a campground.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Auto Dealer Fraud vs Lemon Law: Know the Difference


Auto Dealer Fraud vs Lemon Law: Know the Difference
In the legal world, the way you label your case can be the difference between meaningful relief and a motion to dismiss. It’s important to know ahead of time whether what you are dealing with is auto dealer fraud vs lemon law. It can affect your claim, and the remedies available when things go wrong.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Selling Defective Puppies? Local Pet Store Sued for Consumer Protection Violations

Selling Defective Puppies? Local Pet Store Sued for Consumer Protection Violations
The term “product defect” usually brings to mind vehicles breaking down or problems with packaging. But could a company get into regulatory trouble for selling defective puppies? A recent lawsuit against a pet shop owner in Novi, Michigan tests the limits of Michigan’s Consumer Protection Act.