Wednesday, August 15, 2018

FBI Uncovers $4.5 Million Classic Car Fraud Scheme to Steal from Collectors


FBI Uncovers $4.5 Million Classic Car Fraud Scheme to Steal from Collectors
It’s August in Metro Detroit, and that means it’s time for the Dream Cruise and classic cars. If you are thinking about getting in on the fun with a classic car purchase, you will want to know about a $4.5 million classic car fraud scheme recently uncovered by the FBI, and how to make sure you’re not taken advantage of too.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Gym’s Trans-Affirming Policy Violates Michigan Consumer Protection Act, Court Says


Gym’s Trans-Affirming Policy Violates Michigan Consumer Protection Act, Court Says


Would you want to know if your gym was trans-affirming before you paid for your membership? Would it bother you to share a locker room with people whose biological sex was different than yours? One gym’s trans-affirming policy has been up for debate in the courts for years. Now the Michigan Court of Appeals has said that the unwritten policy could have violated the Michigan Consumer Protection Act.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Insurance Companies Can Cancel Innocent Third Party Benefits, Michigan Supreme Court Says


Insurance Companies Can Cancel Innocent Third Party Benefits, Michigan Supreme Court Says


After a serious auto accident, should your insurance coverage depend on the honesty of another person? The Michigan Supreme Court recently said that insurance companies are allowed to cancel no-fault benefits paid to an innocent third party if they can prove fraud when the contract was signed.