Municipal & Governmental Law

Charles Bogren

Michigan Governor Whitmer Temporarily Suspends Certain Open Meetings Act Requirements During COVID-19 Emergency

To “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus outbreak, many Americans have been ordered to shelter-in-place and practice social distancing. Those restrictions, however, have caused Michigan’s … Continue Reading

Collin Rosenbaum

Legal Distinctions Between Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, Assistance Animals, and Pets

Animals play a vital role in the health, safety, and wellbeing of people around the world. Certain animals, known as “service animals,” are specifically trained … Continue Reading

Tom King

Tom King Represents County Before Michigan Supreme Court

Kreis Enderle Hudgins & Borsos, P.C. congratulates Thomas King on his recent oral arguments in support of a county’s right to site county buildings, in … Continue Reading

Ryan Conboy

Michigan Property Tax Exemption for Disabled Veterans

If you are a Michigan disabled veteran, first, thank you for your service. You should also be aware that if you own Michigan real estate … Continue Reading

Tom King

Tom King Defends Two Matters In Supreme Court

Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos, P.C. is pleased to announce that one of our Shareholders, Thomas G. King, has successfully defended two of our governmental … Continue Reading

Robb Krueger

It’s Complicated: Implications of Court Decisions Regarding Defense of Nuisance Suits for Farmers Under Right to Farm Act

Michigan’s Right to Farm Act (RTFA) provides farmers with certain statutory rights and protections. These protections allow them to freely operate near residential and commercially … Continue Reading

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