Attorneys — Malpractice – Statute of limitations – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

Michigan Court of Appeals (unpublished civil), Opinion Digests

January 15, 2021

If two defendants were awarded a summary injunction of a plaintiff’s claims for infringement of rights, breach of contract, and willful tort, the verdict on the misconduct claim, which was out of time after the applicable two-year statute of limitations but in custody, should be upheld by the court must examine whether the allegations of the plaintiff give rise to a cause of action that differs from the complaint of the plaintiff for misconduct. Full access to news articles on is available to registered Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers. Subscribers can sign up on the Sign Up tab below. Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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