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Business Owners May Negotiate Lease Terms Before Signing

Small business owners often think that a landlord’s lease is final and that they must take what’s presented to them without debate. However, most landlords are willing to work with business owners because they do not want a vacancy in their shopp… Read More
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Why Business Owners Should Have a Succession Plan in Place

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to burden society, many business owners have faced challenges, from staffing shortages to economic struggles. While many people are distracted by the daily grind of running a business, especially in these difficult… Read More
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A New Law Allows Dealerships Greater Flexibility in Business Hours

A new Michigan law, signed into effect recently by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, gives dealership owners added flexibility when setting their hours of business. Prior to the signing of SB128 into law, the Michigan Vehicle Code stated that most dealerships h… Read More
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Certain Marketing Tactics Target of New FTC Policy

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently released a new enforcement policy statement about the practice known as “Negative Option Marketing.” Negative Option Marketing is a method in which businesses utilize consumers’ lack of response as co… Read More
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OSHA Increases Focus on Heat-Related Workplace Hazards

To reduce heat-related workplace illnesses and injuries, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has increased its scrutiny of work activities that expose employees to heat-related hazards. OSHA recently announced that it will implem… Read More
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What are the Top Cybersecurity Threats?

Earlier this year, a massive cyberattack impacted millions of Microsoft users around the globe, including nine government agencies and 60,000 private companies in the United States. In another 2021 attack, a cybercriminal attempted to poison the wate… Read More
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Netflix Documentary on Painter Bob Ross Serves as a Cautionary Tale for Business Owners

“Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal and Greed” is a new Netflix documentary that focuses on the late artist’s life and the battle for the multimillion-dollar corporation that owns Ross’s name, likeness, and intellectual property. While also… Read More
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Is it a HIPAA violation to ask about the COVID-19 vaccine?

The pandemic has drummed up many questions surrounding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), including what it is and who it applies to. In particular, a number of employers have wondered if it is a HIPAA violation to ask a… Read More
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Safe Banking Act of 2021 Would Offer Protections for Financial Institutions that Serve Cannabis-Related Businesses

Newer federal legislation, if signed into law, would make it easier for depository institutions (banks, credit unions, and similar financial institutions) to provide banking services to legitimate cannabis-related businesses. The Safe (Secure and Fai… Read More
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How to Prepare Your Business for the Great Resignation Wave

Businesses that survived the pandemic may soon have another problem: a quarter of their staff may leave their jobs. According to a recent Microsoft report called “The Next Great Disruption is Hybrid Work – Are We Ready?” up to 41 percent of wor… Read More
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The Michigan Supreme Court’s changes to case evaluations, which went into effect on Jan. 1, allow litigants to avoid the case evaluation process by specifying anot… Read More
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People develop and purchase real estate with ambitious ideas of how to develop it. But simply owning property doesn’t give the person unlimited freedoms to do what… Read More
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