Private equity investments in Michigan are surging with the rest of the nation, as merger and acquisition activity remains strong and provides plenty of opportunity for prospective buyers.
Whether a company is working with craft beer, mobile applications or biomedical research, it’s crucial for executives to have at least some basic working knowledge of intellectual property laws.
An ongoing dispute between two Grand Rapids-based companies demonstrates one potential side effect of downtown redevelopment: litigation.
The historic Waters Building in downtown Grand Rapids is now under new management.
In forming a united front, the managing partners at 13 Grand Rapids law firms seek to aggressively diversify the local legal community in the years ahead.
The Great Recession was a boon for some West Michigan businesspeople. Consider David Bevins, for example.