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The Dingeman & Dancer Blog consists of articles written and edited by the attorneys and legal professionals at our firm, providing updates on both recent legal developments and established advice and guidance. Choose from the various topics listed in the sidebar menu to narrow in on a particular focus. We welcome and encourage comments from readers. 


Unreasonably Long Docks: How Long is Too Long?

AuthorW. Dane Carey

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Guide to Charitable Giving

AuthorW. Dane Carey

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Charitable IRA Rollovers

Author: Benjamin W. Bryant
J.D., University of Michigan Law School

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Third-Party No-Fault: What is the Threshold?

AuthorAshley Wilson

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DOL Finalizes New Overtime Exemption Rules

Author: W. Dane Carey

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Can You Cut Down Your Neighbor's Trees?

AuthorW. Dane Carey

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Woodland Regulation: Tree Removal

AuthorDaniel J. Dingeman

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Second Chance for Manufacturers to File Personal Property Tax Exemptions

Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed legislation that gives Michigan manufacturers a second chance to file (or re-file—if denied) their annual personal property tax (PPT) exemptions. Manufacturers now have until May 31 to file their exemptions with their local assessing office.

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