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Aggrieved Party One whose legal right is invaded by an act(s) of another. The word "aggrieved" refers to a substantial grievance, a denial of some personal or property right, or the imposition upon a party of a burden or obligation.
Annexation An addition to property by the act of joining or uniting one thing to another, as in attaching personal property to real property, thereby creating a fixture.
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Daniel G. Beyer is a Member of Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC. Mr. Beyer's practice involves litigation and trial work in personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, motor vehicle claims, and general negligence, lenders and owners title claims, insurance coverage, commercial matters and consumer claims. Mr. Beyer has tried over 50 cases in the Circuit and Federal Courts in Michigan. He has appeared before the Michigan Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit and the Michigan Supreme Court. He
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James R. Case is a Member of Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC. Mr. Case's practice is primarily in construction law, design professional malpractice, fidelity and surety law, and commercial law. He routinely represents contractors, design professionals, owners and sureties. Mr. Case also serves as an arbitrator and mediator in commercial and construction matters.
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Mark M. Cunningham is a Member of Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC and specializes in commercial, construction, surety and fidelity litigation and representation. In the commercial field, Mr. Cunningham has represented corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, as well as individual shareholders, members and partners in a wide range of matters including shareholder and member disputes and their resolution. Mr. Cunningham's commercial and surety work has been enhanced by his longtim
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Edward C. Cutlip, Jr. is a Member of Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC. Mr. Cutlip's practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial litigation, employment discrimination and termination litigation, products liability and litigation between members, partners and shareholders. Internationally recognized law firms frequently contact Mr. Cutlip to serve as Michigan counsel. Mr. Cutlip has demonstrated a keen ability in handling a wide range of cases ranging from simple disputes to the coordination
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Secretary: Hartmann Foundation; Benjamin Marion Bregi Foundation. Secretary and Trustee, Chas Devlieg Foundation. Member, Financial and Estate Planning Council of Detroit. Elder, Presbyterian Church (USA). Curtis J. DeRoo is a Member of Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC and co-chairperson of the firm's Estate Planning Practice Group. He is also a member of the firm's Corporate Practice Group. His practice in both areas is largely tax related. Mr. DeRoo holds a Certificate of Completion in the areas
According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Alcohol-involved violent incidents known to law enforcement were as likely as other violent incidents to have multiple offenders (13% vs. 14%)
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According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Alcohol-involved violent incidents known to law enforcement were more likely to have multiple victims than other violent incidents (20% vs. 15%)
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According to the most recent information available from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Three in 5 (59.8%) victims in alcohol-related incidents of violence were either family members or in a domestic relationship with the offender, compared to 48.1 percent for other violent incidents.
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