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What’s Covered? A Two-Step Insurance Policy Coverage Analysis

Is there coverage?  A coverage review involves a two-step analysis: Insurance coverage is dictated by the policy terms, exclusions and conditions in the applicable insurance policy. Determining whether there is available coverage Read More

Duty owed to condo co-owners by the condo association

Do condominium associations owe their co-owners a duty?  The Michigan Supreme Court may determine whether condominium associations owe a duty to co-owners Substantive changes are likely on the horizon in premises liability Read More

Commercial Property Purchase – Importance of Environmental Site Assessment

So, you just made an offer to purchase a commercial building – now what? Many buyers of commercial property believe that finding a suitable location and negotiating a purchase price Read More

Is the Open and Obvious Doctrine Really that Obvious?

Substantive changes to the open and obvious doctrine in premises liability cases appear to be on the horizon. For decades, Michigan precedent held that premises possessors owe no duty to Read More

When a Credit Union Purchases a Bank - considerations for a structured purchase.

Credit unions have recently acquired local banks to strategically grow membership and scale financial product offerings. These transactions have significant differences and are much more complex than a merger between Read More

New Brand, Same BRM – How we started and where we’re going!

On April 12, 2022, Bowen, Radabaugh & Milton celebrates 27 years of providing legal representation to its clients in Michigan, Ohio, and beyond. BRM was founded by experienced litigators and counselors, Read More

Thomas Bowen Now Available for ADR

Bowen, Radabaugh & Milton, P.C., is pleased to announce that Thomas Bowen is now available to conduct mediations and other ADR hearings.  Mr. Bowen has 40+ years of experience as a Read More

BRM Names Two New Shareholders

Bowen, Radabaugh & Milton, P.C., is pleased to announce that attorneys Nathan S. Welch and Adrienne L. Hayes have become shareholders in the Firm. Mr. Welch specializes in corporate transactions and Read More

Effective Defense of Truth in Lending Act Cases for Credit Unions

The Truth in Lending Act is a federal law passed in 1968 to protect consumers from unfair treatment by lenders. It sets forth a number of rules and regulations that Read More

How Utilization Review Can Keep No-Fault Costs Down

Michigan has a new auto insurance law in place that requires insurance companies to implement utilization review, which determines the medical necessity for treatment after a car accident. The new Read More

BRM Adds Two New Shareholders

Bowen, Radabaugh & Milton, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Joseph F. Fazi and Michele Riker-Semon as shareholders in the firm. Mr. Fazi specializes in defending first and Read More

Affordable Care Act Coverage Requirements for Full-Time and Full-Time Equivalent Employees

The Patient Care and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a comprehensive healthcare reform law that was passed in 2010 and places many requirements on certain employers, including requiring them to Read More

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