In McCourt v Fowler, 2017 WL 1206689 (2017), lv denied, 501 Mich 881 (2017), the firm represented the defendant property owner, its manager, and others against plaintiff’s derivative action alleging membership oppression under Michigan’s Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA). The specific issue involved RULPA’s requirement that in order to bring a derivative action, the plaintiff must be a partner at the time of bringing the action. In this case, the partnership had been dissolved prior to the time the plaintiff had filed suit. The trial court granted summary disposition in favor of defendants, and the Court of Appeals affirmed that ruling. The Supreme Court denied plaintiff’s Application for Leave to Appeal.