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March 2013 Archives

Differing court interpretations of law draw out whistleblowing case

When it comes to state laws, people in Michigan know that it can get complicated and sometimes hard to follow. But what many people may not realize is that it's because of these complexities that cases often times get caught up in the court system for long periods of time before a resolution is ever made.

Could NFL teams be violating employment discrimination laws?

Fans of the Detroit Lions are paying close attention to the team and the National Football League this time of year. While the regular season doesn't begin until after Labor Day, this is the time of year when NFL teams determine what their squads will look like in the fall: some veteran players are released, some free agents are signed, and teams interview potential draft picks to determine if they might like to call their names when the draft takes place this spring.

Michigan woman: I was fired from Boy Scout camp for being a lesbian

Recently, news broke that the Boy Scouts of America is considering revisiting its longstanding ban on allowing gay scouts and scoutmasters. This news has attracted quite a bit of attention because the Boy Scouts is an iconic U.S. organization and this policy has been attacked as anti-gay and discriminatory.