Michigan Supreme Court Says Dues Going Up $100 For LawyersThe state Supreme Court approved an overall increase of 32% Wednesday. Lawyers will pay annual dues of $260 to the State Bar of Michigan, $140 to the attorney discipline system and $15 to the client protection fund.
Michigan Court Keeps Donna Brandenburg Off BallotThe Michigan Supreme Court turned down an appeal Tuesday by another Republican candidate for governor whose campaign petitions were found to be full of fraudulent signatures.
Senior Living Center In Oxford Loses Appeal Over 89-Year-Old Woman's DeathThe Michigan Supreme Court on Friday reinstated a lawsuit against a senior living center where an 89-year-old woman was locked out in cold weather and died a few weeks later.
Juneteenth Becomes 13th Court Holiday In MichiganThe Michigan Supreme Court declared Juneteenth a statewide court holiday Wednesday over the objections of two Republican justices who said taxpayers will be shortchanged.
Michigan Court Seeks More From Whitmer About Abortion Ban ChallengeThe Michigan Supreme Court said Friday it wants more information from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer about her request to erase a state abortion ban from decades ago.
Whitmer Answers Questions About Lawsuit Filed To Protect Abortion Rights In MichiganWhitmer joined leadership at Wacker for a ribbon cutting and tour of their new North American Headquarters and state-of-the-art R&D lab in Ann Arbor. At the event, Gov. Whitmer answered questions about a lawsuit she filed with the Michigan Supreme Court on the topic of abortion. 
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack Tests Positive For COVID-19The leader of the Michigan Supreme Court announced Sunday she had tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing cold-like symptoms.
Michigan Supreme Court Urged To Strike Down Law That Raises Millions In Local CourtsThe Michigan Supreme Court was urged Wednesday to strike down a law that forces people convicted of crimes to pay millions of dollars for the everyday costs of running local courts.
Michigan Supreme Court Reinstates Lawsuit Over Girl's Death At School Gym In Marquette CountyThe Michigan Supreme Court has overturned a decision and reinstated a lawsuit by the family of a 4-year-old girl who was accidentally killed at an Upper Peninsula school in 2015.
Michigan Supreme Court Rejects Latest Redistricting ChallengeThe Michigan Supreme Court on Friday turned down a challenge by Democratic-aligned groups to a new map for state House seats.
Michigan Supreme Court Adds 2nd Flint Water Case To DocketThe Michigan Supreme Court is getting more involved in Flint water criminal cases after agreeing to hear arguments in May about whether a one-person grand jury violates the state constitution.