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Posted by: Nate Pilon on Nov 23, 2020

The Michigan Association for Justice’s number-one goal going into the 2020 Election was to remove the anti-civil justice majority on the Michigan Supreme Court that for nearly a generation had been responsible for some of the most conservative and regressive case law in the country. 

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Oct 22, 2020

Vice President Joe Biden today endorsed Bridget Mary McCormack and Elizabeth Welch for Michigan Supreme Court. 

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Oct 12, 2020

MAJ President Donna MacKenzie today blasted a move by Republicans that would only grant extended unemployment benefits if a package of COVID business immunity bills clears the Senate and is signed by the governor.

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Oct 1, 2020

Early voting has started, and we need you to help get the word out about Supreme Court candidates Chief Justice Bridget McCormack and Elizabeth Welch, along with all of our endorsed judicial and legislative candidates. Here's how you can help: 

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Sep 10, 2020

The Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) today announced its 2020 candidate general election endorsements for the Michigan House of Representatives and local judicial seats.  

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Sep 10, 2020

The Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) today announced its 2020 general election endorsements. 

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Jul 23, 2020

Health care providers and nursing homes would receive broad immunity protections against potential legal suits dealing with COVID-19 treatment under a bill the Michigan House of Representatives passed yesterday.  

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Jul 15, 2020

The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled that statements made during the course of litigation do not implicate an insurance policy's fraud or misrepresentation clause and that such a clause may not be relied upon by the insurer to justify a denial of benefits.

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Jun 15, 2020

The Michigan House of Representatives paid tribute to MAJ for its 75 years of fighting for justice. 

Posted by: Nate Pilon on Jun 15, 2020

The Michigan House of Representatives paid tribute to MAJ for its 75 years of fighting for justice. 


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