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Some Employers are Required by Law to WARN Workers About Layoffs

Did you know that certain business owners considering employee layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic (and most other reasons) may be required by law to give the affected workers advance notice? Employers whose businesses meet certain criteria are requ… Read More
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MIOSHA Cites 19 Business Owners for COVID-19 Workplace Safety Violations

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) recently issued COVID-19 “general duty” citations to 19 businesses with violations for failing to uphold safety and health workplace guidelines, potentially putting workers in ha… Read More
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How to File for a Divorce in Michigan

Many attorneys have recently reported an increase in calls from spouses interested in ending their relationships. Whether or not this uptick is due to the COVID-19 pandemic remains to be seen. Although divorce is common, the divorce process varies de… Read More
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Certain Employers May Need to Offer Paid Leave for Employees of School Age Children

Many metro Detroit students have started the school year in the virtual classroom, leaving working parents wondering how to manage a child or children at home with their full-time jobs. Certain employers may need to offer paid leave for employees of… Read More
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What Are Your Business's Greatest Risks When Using Social Media?

There are some legal risks associated with utilizing social media platforms. What are your business's greatest risks when using social media? Read More
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What Does a Transactional Lawyer Do?

Transactional lawyers help individuals, business owners, and organizations with legal issues that develop as a result of their business dealings. A transactional attorney works with government agencies, nonprofit and for-profit organizations. So, wha… Read More
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Federal Housing Finance Agency Extends Foreclosure and REO Eviction Moratoriums

To help borrowers at risk of losing their home due to the coronavirus national emergency, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) has extended the moratoriums on single-family foreclosures… Read More
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Executive Order Allows for Remote Signature & Notarization of Estate Planning Documents

Under Executive Order 2020-173 requirements for in-person notarizations are temporarily suspended and transactions that require a notary to be completed via two-way, real-time audiovisual technology are allowed. The order also permits the use of elec… Read More
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Read all of the Return to School Safe Start Plans for Macomb County Schools

Macomb County school districts have adopted their Return to Learn School Plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins this week for some and next week for many others. Below are the plans for the Macomb County school districts. Anchor Bay – wi… Read More
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Business Owners Should Update Their Policies to Reflect Changes in the Law

An updated employee handbook protects employers from unwanted litigation, employee distrust, and inconsistent implementation of corporate policies. As new state and federal laws are enacted, it is important for business to owners update their busines… Read More
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