During times of economic troubles, individuals and businesses often struggle to make ends meet. Often, developers with optimistic intentions of improving impoverished areas of the community are faced with challenges when the economy heads to troubled waters.
A former Michigan franchise owner is still involved in a lawsuit involving a piece of business real estate that he previously owned. A Michigan news website reported recently that the Cottage Inn pizza chain, which is based in Ann Arbor, is the defendant in the lawsuit by a former franchise owner.
By Kenneth F. Silver
Oakland County readers learned this week that the governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder, has elected to appeal the ruling of a U.S. District Court judge. This ruling found that a state law banning government entities from mandating project labor agreements for state-financed building projects is unconstitutional.
Consumers and businesses throughout the Oakland County area know all too well the tough financial times that we've all endured over the past few years. Fortunately, many of the prospective business owners waiting patiently in the wings have weathered the storm and can now come out to take advantage of the ripe business market.