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About cjtucker06

Owner of law firm since July 2014; Handles all types of appellate matters and assists other lawyers with complex litigation and insurance coverage issues; Admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the State Bar of Michigan; Expertise in prosecuting and defending appeals with several significant successes in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Michigan Supreme Court and the Michigan Court of Appeals; Author of briefs amicus curiae in the Michigan Supreme Court for the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel and the Insurance Institute of Michigan; Represents Insurance Companies, Major International Business, Governmental Entities, Law Enforcement Officers and County Sheriffs. Board of Directors, Michigan Defense Trial Counsel Amicus Committee Co-Chair, Michigan Defense Trial Counsel Military - Retired Major in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps of the United States Army, Brigade Judge Advocate and Staff JAG officer for the Maneuver Training Center, Camp Grayling, Michigan; Recipient of the Army's Meritorious Service Medal (the highest medal of honor available to Soldiers serving in non-combat roles); 2012 Graduate of the Judge Advocate Officer Advanced Course, at The Judge Advocate Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, Virginia. United States Navy Reserves, Combat Warfare Qualification, January 1989 to July 2003 Former law clerk to Justice Stephen J. Markman, Michigan Supreme Court, Research Attorney, Michigan Court of Appeals. Insurance Coverage Associate Plunkett Cooney; Environmental Law Attorney at Squire Sanders, now Squire Patton Boggs; Master's Degree in Environmental Law; Environmental Law Scholar, ALI/ABA Washington, D.C., Juris Doctorate, Vermont Law School, Environmental Editor, Vermont Law Review; Treasurer and Finalist, Moot Court Advisory Board.

Victory in Court of Appeals for Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker

In a case I briefed and argued on July 10,  the Michigan Court of Appeals in a 2-1 opinion has reversed the trial court’s decision denying Macomb County’s motion for summary disposition, and has remanded to the trial court for … Continue reading

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Michigan Supreme Court Poised to Decide Whether Strict or Substantial Compliance is Sufficient Under Highway Exception to Governmental Immunity

Oral arguments on applications to the Michigan Supreme Court have been scheduled to determine whether the notice provisions of the Governmental Tort Liability Act’s (GTLA) “highway exception” to immunity are to be “strictly” or only “substantially” complied with. The order … Continue reading

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Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker Files Application on Behalf of Disabled Veteran in Return to Supreme Court After Remand

We filed the attached application for leave to appeal, once again defending Ray J. Foster in his fight to correct Michigan law, which had gone astray of preemptive federal law for at least 18 years holding that veterans were required … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Federal Constitution After Victories Over State Court Encroachments on Federal Rights

The Constitution entrusts, by and for the benefit of the People of this Great Nation, through the enumerated Article I powers vested in the Legislature, the promises of our Great Charter; to protect those diverse groups among us by instilling … Continue reading

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United States Supreme Court Holds Federal Statute of Limitations Tolling Provision “Stops” Remaining Time to File State Law Claims Under Applicable State Statute of Limitations

In a 5 to 4 decision, Artis v. District of Columbia, 199 L. Ed.2d 473 (2018), the United States Supreme Court has held that 28 USC § 1367, the “supplemental jurisdiction” statute containing a statute of limitations tolling provision, stops the remaining time … Continue reading

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United States Supreme Court Asked to Consider Scope of Immunity of International Organizations

In Jam v. International Finance Corporation, the United States Supreme Court is being asked to consider whether “international organizations” enjoy broader immunities from suits in U.S. courts than “foreign governments” under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), 28 U.S.C. §§ 1602-11. … Continue reading

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Carson J. Tucker Named 2017 Volunteer of the Year for Michigan Defense Trial Counsel (MDTC)

Proud to have been selected for the 2017 Michigan Defense Trial Counsel Volunteer of the Year Award. In addition to the amicus curiae briefs and work I have done for MDTC, 2017 was an amazing year for my other volunteer … Continue reading

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