Margolis & Cross Attorneys Successfully Defend Pain Doctors Against Wrongful Healthcare Fraud Charges

July 1, 2022

After a six and a half week trial, on June 29, 2022, a federal jury acquitted our client, Dr. Christopher Russo, of all eight charges against him in United States v. Rajendra Bothra et al. In 2018, federal prosecutors brought a 54 count indictment alleging the defendant-doctors billed for medically unnecessary procedures in exchange for […]

Justice Served, Ypsilanti township must now stop its abusive nuisance enforcement actions

August 2, 2021

The decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals is an important victory for the rights of low income individuals and others who do not understand and cannot afford to fight local governments in these frivolous nuisance actions, brought to seize private property and unlawfully evict families from their homes. I was proud to fight for […]

ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT’S OBJECTION TO GARNISHMENT AND QUASHING WRIT OF GARNISHMENT

June 14, 2019

– 1 – UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, Case No. 18-MC-51755 v. MICHELLE FREEMAN, HON. GEORGE CARAM STEEH Defendant, and FIDELITY MANAGEMENT TRUST CO., Garnishee. _____________________________/ ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT’S OBJECTION (DOC. 13) TO GARNISHMENT AND QUASHING WRIT OF GARNISHMENT (DOC. 6) This is a miscellaneous […]

Man Electrocuted While Installing Cable On Utility Pole

April 2, 2019

The decedent, in this case, was electrocuted while installing fiber-optic cable on a utility pole. He was exposed to a 7200-volt current producing near-instantaneous loss of consciousness. See our Resents in Michigan Lawyers Weekly Vol 33, No. 21 March 25, 2019

Wrongful Death: Family of Teen Killed After Escape

March 1, 2019

Wrongful Death: Margolis Law recovers For The Family of Teen Killed After Escape From Mental-Health Treatment Facility Margolis Law represented a grieving family whose teenage son was killed following his escape from a secure mental-health-treatment facility. The son suffered from severe mental illness and was subject to a guardianship arrangement. Following charges that he broke […]

Marijuana Defense: Margolis Law defends medical marijuana cardholder following police raid

February 26, 2019

Marijuana Defense: Margolis Law defends medical marijuana cardholder following police raid Our client was criminally charged with marijuana-related charges after a local drug task force raided his home and found marijuana. The criminal charges were brought in spite of the fact that our client, who possesses a medical-marijuana card and is a legal caregiver for […]

Title IX Defense: College Student Against University Investigation

February 25, 2019

Title IX Defense: Margolis Law defends college student against university investigation Our client, a student of a local university, was accused of sexual misconduct by fellow students. Margolis Law represented him in the subsequent Title IX investigation. Through our diligent representation, our client was permitted to graduate from the university and receive his transcript.

Wrongful Death: Margolis & Gallagher Law Recovers For Estate

February 25, 2019

Wrongful Death: Margolis Law Recovers for Estates of Two Men Killed in a House Fire Our client was the personal representative for the estates of two men killed in a tragic Novi house fire. The men, Mexican nationals, had been required to live in the basement of the home as a condition of their jobs […]

Power Company Negligence: Confidential Settlement with DTE Energy

February 25, 2019

Power Company Negligence: Margolis Law Reaches a Confidential Settlement with DTE Energy Our client, a grandmother with serious heart and other medical problems, fell behind on her utility bills. Although DTE Energy had notice that our client needed heat and electricity to continue breathing treatments and maintain her state of health, the company shut off […]

Misdemeanor Defense: No Jail Time

February 25, 2019

Misdemeanor Defense: Margolis Law Keeps Client Out Of Jail Our client was charged with malicious destruction of personal property, which carries a potential one-year jail sentence, following a disagreement with another driver in a parking garage. Margolis Law convinced prosecutors to agree to a reasonable term of probation, helping our client stay out of jail.