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Jana Berger Simmons, a partner in Foley & Mansfield's Detroit office, was appointed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to serve a four-year term on the Michigan Board of Counseling.
This case involved the Plaintiffs’ attempt to have a federal court grant them relief from a state court’s judgment against them. Ultimately, the case was dismissed on a number of grounds, including that Plaintiffs’ lawsuit violated well-established legal principles prohibiting “state court losers” from appealing to the federal courts, and that Plaintiffs were attempting to assert claims which are not recognized in the Sixth Circuit.
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