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Levitt continues legal battles after parody Twitter case

(08/25/15 12:51pm)

Mount Pleasant attorney Todd Levitt is engaged in ongoing legal battles stemming from a June 2014 lawsuit against Zachary Felton, a recent Central Michigan University graduate, for creating a Twitter accountFelton's account @levittlawyer, also known as "Todd Levitt 2.0," posted tweets mocking Levitt and used his trademarked law firm logo and pictures from his Facebook. Levitt argued that the account portrayed him in a false light but the case was dismissed in February by Isabella Chief Judge Paul Chamberlain.Levitt said he would seek an appeal, which was filed to the Michigan Court of Appeals in July. Levitt is appealing Judge Paul Chamberlain's decision to grant Felton summary disposition, a determination made by a court without issuing a legal opinion.

University denies allegations in discrimination lawsuit

(07/20/15 2:51pm)

Defendants, including the Central Michigan University Board of Trustees, Maria Marron, Lori Brost, Tim Boudreau, Michael Gealt and Shelly Hinck deny that they have violated federal or state law by refusing to reappoint Sara Kubik who was "not performing adequately."According to court documents, the defendants deny Kubik's complaint, saying that she was not discriminated against because of her gender or pregnancy.