Not sure what’s going on, but here are the (unpublished) cases so far this year:
|In re King/Koon||7-Jan||2020||Court of Appeals||Grand Traverse||Michigan||Un||Notice|
|In re K. Nesbitt||11-Feb||2021||Court of Appeals||Hillsdale||Michigan||Un||Notice|
|In re Stambaugh/Pantoja||11-Feb||2021||Court of Appeals||St. Joseph||Michigan||Un||Notice|
|In re Banks||18-Feb||2021||Court of Appeals||Wayne||Michigan||Un||Notice|
|In re Dunlop-Bates||18-Feb||2021||Court of Appeals||Livingston||Michigan||Un||Active Efforts|
|In re Cottelit/Payment||18-Mar||2021||Court of Appeals||Chippewa||Michigan||Un||Qualified Expert Witness|
For comparison, Michigan had 6 cases total in 2020, 7 in 2019, 8 in 2018. These counts include both published and unpublished cases–while I kind of understand why the Court of Appeals designates so many as unpublished, it obscures how many MIFPA cases we have if we only count published cases.