Dickinson Wright featured in Practical Law Company’s Corporate Q & A for Michigan

September 11, 2012
Dickinson Wright Attorneys Mark R. High and John T. Schuring, along with Legal Assistant Patrice M. Hoffman and Summer Associate Jennifer N. Estell, wrote a summary of Michigan’s corporate law for Practical Law Company. The summary answered questions focused on Michigan’s basic requirements regarding forming and operating a corporation, including articles of incorporation, annual filing requirements, fiduciary duties, mergers, asset sales, and dissolution.

The report is a part of series of state corporate Q & A summaries for Practical Law Company. Dickinson Wright was asked to contribute the Michigan article for the website.

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