Supreme Court Affirms Important Principle Regarding What Truly Constitutes a “Genuine” and Therefore “Material” Question of Fact Sufficient to Survive a Summary Motion for Judgment

In Fuhr v. Trinity Health Corp., et al., Supreme Court No. 147158, the Michigan Supreme Court peremptorily reversed the Court of Appeals decision to affirm denial of summary judgment to the defendants (hospital) in a Whistleblower’s Protection Act (WPA) lawsuit filed by a former employee.  The plaintiff alleged he was terminated because of a call he placed […]