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Grewal Law Expansion Continues with New Northville Office and Attorney Scott Weidenfeller

Blog Posts, Grewal News, Manvir S. Grewal|

Grewal Law welcomes trial attorney Scott Weidenfeller to its personal injury litigation division. Mr. Weidenfeller will be based in Grewal’s new Northville, Michigan location. With nineteen years of trial experience, Mr. Weidenfeller has focused his practice on assisting victims of medical negligence. He has tried cases in three (3) different States and has personally recovered millions in compensation for his clients.

Grewal Law PLLC Acquires Church Wyble PC

Blog Posts, Manvir S. Grewal|

Today I am pleased to announce that the Grewal Law firm acquired the long established and highly respected personal injury law practice ChurchWyble. ChurchWyble will move its staff and operations to the Grewal Companies building in Okemos. Church Wyble, led by distinguished top Michigan attorney David Mittleman, will become the Personal Injury Division of Grewal Law which already specializes in criminal defense, family law, elder law, general litigation, property and estate tax law and marijuana-related matters.

Big Pharma Earns Windfall Profits as Customers Overdose

Blog Posts, Drugs, Matthew Heos|

Drug overdoses and deaths are becoming as common as motor vehicle accidents and prohibition of the drugs has done little to solve the problem. The fact is these big pharmaceutical companies created these drugs, from heroin and cocaine to fentanyl and phentermine. Recently, a more powerful opioid, Carfentanil, is being obtained from Chinese drug companies and being mixed into illegal supplies of heroin and like drugs. 19 people overdosed in Wayne County along last month. While dealers and users of this drugs come under the long arm of the law; drug companies and drug makers stand by collecting windfall profits as they feed off of the ill-effects drug use and abuse entails.

MIP (Minor in Possession) Penalties May Loosen

Blog Posts, Matthew Heos|

Those arrested for a first-time MIP may face a lesser penalty if a new bill becomes law. Rather than a misdemeanor, the new bill would impose a civil infraction and $100 fine for those caught with alcohol under 21 years old. The penalties for second or third offenses would rise to misdemeanors with jail time and fines.

Procedures to Follow when filing for a divorce in Michigan

Ashlee Lynn, Blog Posts, Divorce|

Going through a divorce can be such a confusing time. There are certain steps/procedures that you must follow when filing for a divorce and during the entire divorce process. The steps/procedures differ based on whether or not there are minor children that were born during the marriage.

Grandparents and Parenting Time

Blog Posts, Joe Poprawa|

In this day and age of changing family dynamics, grandparents are becoming more and more involved in raising their grandchildren.

Grewal Attorney Matt Heos’s Blog Topic of the Week: Summary Execution

Blog Posts, Matthew Heos, Topic of the Week|

Granted, this is a dark topic. But it’s important because it is the policy employed by a growing number of nations. What is a summary execution? Summary execution occur when a person or a group of people are accused of a crime, and are immediately killed rather than stand trial as is the custom in most civilized societies. The international War on Drugs has yielded a frightening form of summary execution recently in the Philippines. Rule of Law no more, at least for suspected drug users, dealers and the like.

Grewal Attorney Matt Heos’s Radio Blog Topic of the Week: The Big Grow (Part 2)

Grewal Radio Blog - Weekly Topic, Matthew Heos|

The Big Grow - Part 2 - Wait, there's more! The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit dealt a big win for medical marijuana patients and caregivers in states that federal circuit.  The US Congress passed a rider in an omnibus appropriations bill in 2014 that defunded Department of Justice efforts to [...]

Grewal Attorney Matt Heos’s Radio Blog Topic of the Week: The Big Grow

Grewal Radio Blog - Weekly Topic, Matthew Heos, Medical Marijuana|

Recently, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals (which includes Michigan) issued a ruling that should remind MMMP patients and caregivers that cannabis prohibition still exists and the risks are high. The Opinion of the Court in USA v Phillip Joseph Walsh and Betty Lee Jenkins opens a window into a federal prosecution of those operating under state medical marijuana legal regimes. Guess what? The defendants had no defense even if they were compliant with state law.

Grewal Attorney Matt Heos’s Radio Blog Topic of the Week: Water

Blog Posts, Grewal Radio Blog - Weekly Topic, Matthew Heos|

East Lansing and Meridian Township faced a water-boil crisis Friday thru Sunday afternoon. The people of those municipalities felt similar to the predicament just down the road in Flint, Michigan. Water is the great common denominator. The majority of a human’s body is comprised of water to underscore its importance.