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MICHIGAN LAW IN THE NEWS

Nessel files amicus brief to protect personal information of witnesses in prosecutions

The Crime Victims’ Rights Act of 2004 established, among other things, that a victim has the right to be reasonably protected from the accused.

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No Evictions Through June: CDC Extends Moratorium

The CDC has extended the Eviction Moratorium through June 2021.

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Work-From-Home Challenges City Income Tax Reach

A follow up to a previous post about working at home and the tax implications. In a typical pre-COVID year, about 45% of total income tax collections in Grand Rapids come from those who live outside the city.

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The Fix Is In: Protect Consumers Sports in Emerging Online Betting Industry

There are legal questions that must be answered. How will revenue be taxed on sportsbooks? Will sports leagues get a cut of tax revenue? How will the government investigate and police potential fraudulent activity in an effort to protect the integrity of professional and amateur sports and protect consumers?

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Sooner Or Later, The Supreme Court Will Be Forced To Decide The Tax Future Of 2 Million Workers

With as many as seven in 10 Americans saying they will work from home at least part of the time going forward - which state gets to tax that income is a thorny question

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