In Price v High Pointe Oil Co, Inc, 493 Mich 238; 828 NW2d 660 (2013), the firm filed Amicus Curiae Motions and Briefs on behalf of Michigan Realtors® and the Home Builders Association of Michigan in support of Defendant High Pointe Oil Company on the issue of whether noneconomic damages can be awarded as a result of the negligent destruction of real property.  The Supreme Court granted the Realtors® and Home Builders Amicus status and ruled in favor of the position they supported.  Specifically, the Michigan Supreme Court refused to expand Michigan’s common law to allow recovery of damages for mental anguish purportedly stemming from the negligent injury to real property.  The Supreme Court relied on many of the same policy reasons advanced by the Realtors® and Home Builders.