The law is complex. While complexity breeds confusion, simplicity creates clarity and enables solutions. The job of a lawyer is to empower others to make informed decisions – be it a jury rendering a verdict, or a company making an investment.
Through our deep understanding of the law, and the industries we serve, we help our clients gain the perspective necessary to make a judgment, execute a strategy, or solve a problem that helps further their objectives.
Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip (FBMJ) attorney Joseph McGill was sworn in as Chairman of the Representative Assembly for the State Bar of Michigan (SBM) at its Annual Meeting, September 27-29 at Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI. The Representative Assembly is the final policy-making body of the State Bar and is comprised of 150 Members which are elected by attorneys in each judicial circuit throughout the State of Michigan.
Reducing risks to patients and managing the risks of litigation when something does go wrong are top concerns in the healthcare industry. That’s why a major insurer of physicians turned to FBMJ for expertise and guidance in their continuing education video series – “Two Minutes: What’s the Risk?” Randy Juip shares insights that help physicians, their staff and other healthcare providers minimize risk to patients and themselves. Recently released videos cover the issues of “Jury Expectations and Test Results” and “3 Important Issues for Practice Administrators.”
Answers to complex environmental problems don't reside solely on the pages of a book or the hard drive of a computer.
That’s why our environmental litigation attorneys roll up their sleeves, put on their boots, and aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty out in the field. That's where issues – and solutions – come to light.