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Who Do You Call to Report Robocallers in Michigan?

On June 10, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined six other states in suing a pair of Texas businesses accused of blasting residents with billions of illegal robocalls over the past two years. These businesses are responsible for over 42 billi… Read More
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Know Your Rights and Liabilities When Using Dog Parks

For pet owners, dog parks are a welcome reprieve from leashes, fenced-in yards, and kennels. Dog parks, or off-leash areas, are designated (and typically enclosed) spaces where pets socialize and exercise. There are already several dog parks open in… Read More
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You Should Write All Four Digits When Dating Legal Documents

As we are now through most of January, most people have probably heard the notice about writing out the entire year, 2020, on legal documents. The warning is that if you don’t write out all four 2020 digits, someone could change the date on the con… Read More
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O'Reilly Rancilio '2019 Year in Review' Highlights Some of the Firm's Notable Accomplishments

2019 marked many successes for the attorneys and staff at O’Reilly Rancilio in Sterling Heights, and we are happy to present just a few of the notable achievements below. Our legal team is proud to have served the municipalities, business owners, a… Read More
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Many After-Market Auto Lighting Modifications Illegal in Michigan

A car that’s lit with special neon effects may appeal to some auto enthusiasts, but to those driving near an illuminated vehicle at night, they’re anything but amusing. A brightly-lit car that appears as if it was driven off the “Tron” movie… Read More
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What is a CBD Product, and May My Teen Use these Items in School?

Is CBD legal to use in schools or not? Read More
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Now That Marijuana is Legal in Michigan, Should Employers Relax Their Drug Screening Policies?

Michigan employers may wonder if they should relax their policies on employee drug testing with the Nov. 8, 2018 passage of Proposal 1, the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act. Read More
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Youth Caught Vaping in Michigan Face Misdemeanor Charges

A youth who violates the law is guilty of a misdemeanor and may be subject to various fines, required to attend health promotion and risk reduction programs, and perform community service hours. Read More
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New Child Visitation Guidelines May Affect Some Recently-Separated Families

The Macomb County Friend of the Court (FOC) released significant revisions to its Parenting Time Guidelines earlier this year. These changes may have an affect on many families who deal with the FOC and family law, so it’s important to take note. Read More
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O'Reilly Rancilio Law Clerk Dean Michel Recognized By The Oakland County Legal News

The Oakland County Legal News recognized O’Reilly Rancilio summer law clerk Dean Michel in their July 29, 2019 edition. The article, titled “Litigation Vocation: Movies inspired student to enter the legal field,” focused on what motivated Dean… Read More
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Jul
8
O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Clark Andrews received the State Bar of Michigan “Unsung Hero Award” for more than four decades of legal, volunteer, and pro bono wo… Read More
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17
John Nitz, a founding member of O’Reilly Rancilio P.C. and a lifelong Macomb County resident, was recently named to the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Hall of Fame Class… Read More
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10
In Michigan, private employment is considered “at-will,” meaning the job may be terminated at any time for any reason by either the worker or the employer. There… Read More
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Last month, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reopened the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and EIDL Advance program portal to all eligible applicants… Read More
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