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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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Small Business Sustainability Grants Available in Macomb County

A plan to distribute $20 million in small business sustainability grants using federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act funding is available to Macomb County small business owners who meet certain criteria. 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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The Top Reasons Business Owners Should Hire an Attorney

While a strong managerial, sales, finance and support staff is key, successful business owners should always hire an attorney to be a part of that team. Read More
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Sep
23
O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Scott Ruark was quoted on Fox 2 News on Sept. 22 for a story on a case involving a his client, a Wayne city employee, who was the allege… Read More
Aug
10
Linda McGrail, a shareholder with O’Reilly Rancilio P.C. in Sterling Heights, was recently selected as one of Michigan Lawyers Weekly “Women in the Law.” The a… Read More
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Sep
24
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 affec… Read More
Sep
21
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) recently issued COVID-19 “general duty” citations to 19 businesses with violations for failin… Read More
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