Month: May 2018

May 2018

McGill on Reimagining the SBM Representative Assembly

FBMJ attorney, Joseph P. McGill, has served his first year as Chair of the Representative Assembly for the State Bar of Michigan. Under his direction and working through the Assembly’s five standing subcommittees, the Assembly undertook numerous initiatives for consideration, each designed to improve the administration of justice and access

May 2018

COA: If It Doesn’t Change Your Mind . . .

On May 3, 2018 the Michigan Court of Appeals issued its opinion in the matter of Teri Luten v Genesys Regional Medical Center, et al., one which may provide some ammunition to Defendants in attacking Plaintiff proximate causation theories, especially in cases involving “chain of command.” In a 2-1 decision, the

May 2018

McGill and Cupples Co-Author Article for CLM – “Defending Carbon Monoxide Exposure Claims”

FBMJ attorneys Joe McGill and Jennifer Cupples co-authored “Defending Carbon Monoxide Exposure Claims,” published in the May, 2018 issue of CLM Magazine.  The article focuses on winning a carbon monoxide exposure claim with a thorough investigation based on recognized scientific methodology. “Defending Carbon Monoxide Exposure Claims,” discusses key elements of a