Former Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox has filed a lawsuit against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, accusing the health insurer of illegally denying access to some programs.
Should marijuana use be legalized in Michigan? That question was front-and-center at a one day talk Friday at Wayne State University Law School.
Former Attorney General Mike Cox is joining a prominent law firm.
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox approves the proposed sale of the Detroit Medical Center to Vanguard Health Systems.
Michigan’s attorney general is objecting to a settlement reached after five years of litigation that would grant the Saginaw Chippewa tribe some authority over land that it claimed was part of the original reservation.
An assistant state attorney general frequently harassed the openly gay student assembly president at the University of Michigan over a five-month period, the student said in a request for a protection order.
An assistant attorney general who has been using his personal blog to target the openly gay leader of the University of Michigan’s student assembly has taken a voluntary leave of absence.
Michigan’s attorney general said Thursday that he won’t file criminal charges against FBI agents who shot a Detroit mosque leader 20 times, killing him, during a raid last year on a suburban warehouse.
A woman identified as the cousin of ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has missed a deadline in a lawsuit accusing her of taking money from a charitable fund.
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox has accused a relative and former employee of ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick of diverting thousands of dollars from a charitable fund for personal use.