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Business Owners: Do Your Company's Policies Align With ADA Requirements for Reasonable Accommodations?

2020 has just begun, and it’s a perfect time for business owners to ensure that their policies align with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for reasonable accommodations. What is the ADA? The ADA states that an employer shall n… Read More
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Internet Gambling and Sports Betting are Legal in Michigan, but Gamers Must Wait to Place Bets

Internet gambling and sports betting are legal in Michigan, but gamers must wait to place bets. The new legislation, signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer last December, allows certain facilities the ability to provide internet gambling and sports betting,… Read More
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Laws Prohibiting Cryptocurrency Financial Crimes Take Effect March 19 in Michigan

Laws prohibiting cryptocurrency financial crimes take effect March 19 in Michigan. The five-law cryptocurrency package, signed into law by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in December, does not add any additional crimes or penalties to the existing Michigan Pen… Read More
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Small Business Reorganization Act Allows for Easier Chapter 11 Bankruptcies for Qualified Businesses

Under this new subchapter of the Bankruptcy Code, businesses with less than $2.7 million in debt will be able to file for bankruptcy in a timelier and more cost-effective manner. Read More
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Why Michigan Increased Minimum Wage

Most business owners already know that Michigan’s minimum wage increased on Jan. 1 for the second year in a row. The increase, to $9.65 an hour, affects businesses of all sizes in an attempt to promise a better living wage for restaurant and other… Read More
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Should Landlords Hire a Lawyer?

All Michigan landlords should familiarize themselves with the landlord-tenant laws to avoid costly mistakes. Is knowing the laws enough, or should landlords hire a lawyer “just in case?” Landlords are business owners, whether on a small scale (on… Read More
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5 Reasons Business Owners Should Update Their Employee Handbooks

Reviewing and updating your employee handbook may seem unimportant to some. However, for many employers, an updated handbook is an indispensable tool that protects them from unwanted litigation, employee distrust, and inconsistent implementation of c… Read More
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All Business Owners Should Update Their Corporate Records Every Year

Maintaining a company's corporate records is a must, especially if you're trying to avoid legal troubles and issues with the IRS and creditors. Regardless of the size or type of business, all owners should update their corporate records every year. Read More
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Now That Marijuana is Legal in Michigan, Should Employers Relax Their Drug Screening Policies?

Michigan employers may wonder if they should relax their policies on employee drug testing with the Nov. 8, 2018 passage of Proposal 1, the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act. Read More
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Employers Will Pay For Michigan's Auto Insurance Overhaul

For years, Michigan has had some of the highest auto insurance rates in the country. The state legislature passed Senate Bill 1 last spring to reduce the cost of auto insurance. Most Michigan motorists welcome this overall to their costly premiums. T… Read More
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Mar
16
The municipal law attorneys at O'Reilly Rancilio have developed a team to respond to questions that local government officials may have during the COVID-19 crisis. Read More
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21
Michigan Lawyers Weekly has named O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Marc Kaszubski to its Leaders in the Law Class of 2020. Kaszubski is one of only 30 honorees selected… Read More
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As every business has been affected by the Covid-19 crisis, you should seriously consider a loan through the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, whic… Read More
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31
On March 27, the federal government passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security “CARES” Act which is meant to, among many other things, sup… Read More
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