8th Annual Robby Atherton Foundation

First Call Law was a Silver Sponsor at this year’s Robby Atherton Golf Outing and, as always, the outing was a huge success. We want to thank everyone involved for putting on such a great tournament.

In case you don’t know, the golf outing is one of many events the Robby Atherton Foundation puts on throughout the year. These events pull in thousands of dollars that are put towards local scholarships, contributions around the community and donations to families in need. Please visit http://robbyathertonfoundation.org to find out more about this great organization.

Online Publication, Michipreneur, Gives High Praise To First Call Law

If you are not familiar with Michipreneur, you should definitely bookmark their site. On Friday they posted a great article on our law firm, First Call Law.


Michipreneur is an online publication built to empower entrepreneurs, encourage investment, strengthen small business, and foster talent retention in Michigan. We publish news, resources, events, funding information and more for Michigan startups and businesses.


We are excited to be a part of the Buy Michigan Now Festival in Northville, Michigan July 31st – August 2nd. Come stop by and see us. We will be speaking with anyone who has any legal questions, issues or just wants to chat!

If you don’t know, the Buy Michigan Now Festival is an event that celebrates Michigan’s annual Buy Michigan Week. This event includes food, street vendors, live music, and children’s activities, all highlighting Michigan-based businesses and Michigan-made products. More information is listed on their website: http://www.buymichigannowfest.com/home.php

2011 Michigan Fireworks Law Has Many Michiganders Up In Arms

In 2011, more powerful fireworks were permitted in the State of Michigan. But with all the injuries and even deaths that have occurred this holiday, should these dangerous fireworks be allowed to be purchased in Michigan?

Read this MLive article on Harold Haugh, the former state rep that introduced these new laws:



Lawsuit Pending For U-M Fraternity That Caused Damage To Resort

Treetops Resort will take legal action against the U-M fraternity and sorority members that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages earlier this year. The resort believes the damage was intentional after an altercation that occurred earlier in the weekend.

Read the full story on freep.com: