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Fahey Co-Writes Michigan Municipal Law Treatise

Bill Fahey is co-author of the upcoming Michigan Municipal Law treatise chapter on Conflict and Cooperation Between Local Governments.  The chapter reflects Fahey's 35 years of experience representing municipalities in matters involving annexation, detachment, city incorporation, and intergovernmental cooperation. The new legal treatise will be the first of its kind to be published by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, and goes to the printer in mid-April 2012.  Fahey is a founding member of Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, which specializes in representing Michigan local governments.

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