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February 2014 Archives

Trader Joe's faces commercial litigation over snack product

In general, the free market means that companies are allowed to do business with who they want with as minimal restrictions as possible. This is meant to spur competition which will result in increased overall efficiency and productivity in Michigan or in any other market. However, there are times when actions taken by a company can be considered too anti-competitive and therefore a monopoly. Trader Joe's is now facing a lawsuit alleging it is conducting monopolistic practices.

Michigan fruit cannery settles business litigation lawsuit

Business is not conducted in a vacuum. Decisions a business owner makes will affect many others in the marketplace as well as the local community. However, even the most well-meaning company can find itself being accused of negatively affecting individuals in its surrounding local community, which many times can lead to business litigation. One company in Michigan recently faced this challenge in a civil lawsuit.

Michigan store settles business litigation lawsuit with employee

It is important for a retail business to protect itself from theft, since theft has the potential to drastically cut into profit margins. Unfortunately, customers are not always who a retailer should be worried about. Employees are oftentimes found guilty of theft of company property. One retailer in Michigan recently fired an employee for theft and then found itself facing a commercial lawsuit alleging wrongful termination.

University research alliance reports low business formation stats

A university is meant to be a place where new ideas and concepts are created and explored. One way this manifests is through the start-up companies which emerge from the business formation efforts of students applying what they learn to the real world. Michigan universities and colleges have recently been focused on the start-up scene, particularly in the technology sector.

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