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Reflecting on Dykema Pro Bono Work Surrounding Detroit’s 1967 Unrest 

July 24, 2017

The week of July 24, 2017, marks the 50th anniversary of a period of unrest in Detroit, leading to an uprising that gripped the city and the nation. At the time, Dykema was a ... Read More »

Jim Aldrich Interviewed by Michigan NPR Regarding H-2B Visas 

July 17, 2017

James G. Aldrich, Jr., Bloomfield Hills-based member in Dykema’s Labor & Employment Practice Group and Leader of the Firm's Immigration Team, was quoted in the Michigan ... Read More »

Will Liebmann Offers Advice on Selling Businesses in Texas CEO Magazine 

July 15, 2017

Wilhelm E. Liebmann, San Antonio-based member of the Business Services Department and Leader of the Corporate Finance Practice Group, was quoted extensively in the Texas ... Read More »

Tom Alleman Comments on CFPB’s Arbitration Rule in Auto Finance News 

July 12, 2017

Thomas B. Alleman, Dallas-based member in Dykema’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group and Director of the firm’s Insurance Industry Group, points out possible ... Read More »

Rob Boonin Anticipates Surprise Over DOL Brief in Business Insurance 

July 11, 2017

Robert A. Boonin, Detroit and Ann Arbor–based member in Dykema’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, and former chair of the Wage and Hour Defense Institute, comments ... Read More »

Deborah Williamson and Jane Bockus Interviewed in Rivard Report Story about Cary Kavy Youth Center 

July 9, 2017

San Antonio-based Dykema attorneys Jane Bockus and Deborah Williamson were quoted in the Rivard Report article, “New Jewish Youth Center Honors Respected Community ... Read More »

Chris Kratovil Assesses Texas Supreme Court 2017 Rulings in Law360 Review 

July 6, 2017

Christopher D. Kratovil, Managing Member of Dykema’s Dallas office, and member in the Litigation Practice Group, was tapped by Law360 to analyze some of the decisions ... Read More »

Rob Boonin Evaluates Department of Labor Ploy in SHRM Overtime Litigation Update 

July 5, 2017

Robert A. Boonin, Detroit and Ann Arbor–based member in Dykema’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, and former chair of the Wage and Hour Defense Institute, was quoted ... Read More »

Van Lindberg Considers the Patent Rights Limitations of Autonomous Vehicle Manufacturers in Mobility Finance 

June 30, 2017

Van Lindberg, San Antonio-based senior counsel in Dykema’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, discusses how a landmark case, Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark ... Read More »