Michigan SOS Plans To Intervene In Atrium County Voter Fraud LawsuitMichigan's Secretary of State is preparing to intervene in a voter fraud lawsuit filed in Atrium County.
Michigan's Top Court Spikes Election Lawsuit By Trump AlliesThe Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an unprecedented request to take control of ballots and ballot boxes from the Nov. 3 election and appoint someone to investigate claims of vote-counting fraud in Detroit.
Federal Judge Upholds Michigan Election Results Saying 'The People Have Spoken'U.S. District Judge Linda V. Parker ruled the lawsuit contained "theories, conjecture, and speculation." 
3 Years After Oakland County Deputy’s Death, Wife Files LawsuitOakland County Deputy Eric Overall died in the line of duty just over three years ago.
AG Nessel Sues Trump Administration For Neglecting To Update National Energy Efficiency StandardsNessel joins the attorneys general of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, the District of Columbia, and the city of New York in filing this lawsuit.
Lawsuit Filed In Midland Employee’s Termination After Trying To Uphold Mask MandateA man is taking legal action after he believes he lost his job while trying to uphold Michigan's mask mandate.
Michigan Flood Cleanup Workers Sue After Catching Covid-19Several disaster relief workers are suing after they say got coronavirus while working in unsafe conditions earlier this year.
Flint Water Crisis: Judge Orders Flint To Check Pipes For All Properties Per LawsuitThe city of Flint is being ordered to follow through with checking the pipes of all neighborhood homes.
City Of Flint, Business Group Settle Lawsuit Over 7 Year-Old Boy's HandcuffingFlint and the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce are each paying $20,000, according to a settlement filed last week in federal court.
Court of Claims Rules Governor Whitmer Exceeded Her AuthorityMichigan Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray ruled Governor Whitmer went beyond her authority when she set out for possible felony penalties for companies who violated her emergency orders concerning workspace safety from COVID-19.
Michigan Legislature Launches Lawsuit Against GovernorFiling the suit today in the Michigan Court of Claims. The Michigan Legislature contends that Governor's authority under the 1976 Emergency Powers Act is up.