What does a “Super Drunk” charge mean in Michigan?

In Michigan, the term "super drunk" refers to a specific charge related to drunk driving offenses. It is an offense that involves operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.17 or higher. The legal limit for intoxication in Michigan is 0.08, so being "super drunk" means having a BAC more than twice the legal limit.


I’m graduating this summer and still don’t have a job lined up – what do I do?

It’s May, and you still haven’t signed a contract for your first physician job. You’ve invested years and hundreds of thousands of dollars into your education and training, and you’ve finally reached the end of the road. What’s next for you? The thought of not having a job lined up when you’re graduating in less than two months may be daunting, but it’s not the end-all be-all.


Locum Tenens – is it the right fit for me?

Locum tenens positions, which involve temporary or short-term physician assignments, can offer several benefits for new graduates.  Why do hospitals and healthcare facilities contract locum tenens physicians rather than having part-time and full-time physicians filling the void?


Is My Non-Compete Enforceable?

The enforceability of non-compete agreements varies depending on the jurisdiction and specific terms of the agreement. In general, non-compete agreements are designed to restrict an employee from working for a competitor or starting a competing business for a certain period of time after leaving their current employer.


Legal Update 2023: New Automatic Expungements in Michigan

Michigan’s automatic expungement law, also known as the “Clean Slate” law, allows certain criminal records to be automatically expunged or cleared from your criminal record without the need for a court hearing or petition. Expungement means that the conviction is “set aside,” and in most cases, it is as if the conviction never happened. The record of the conviction is sealed from public view, although law enforcement agencies and certain other organizations may still have access to it.

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