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Who Do You Call to Report Robocallers in Michigan?

On June 10, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined six other states in suing a pair of Texas businesses accused of blasting residents with billions of illegal robocalls over the past two years. These businesses are responsible for over 42 billi… Read More
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Important CDC School Reopening Recommendations Are Worth Reading

Why you should read the Centers for Disease Control school reopening recommendations for yourself and not rely on paraphrased social media posts for important recommendations. Read More
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Your “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order Questions Answered

O’Reilly Rancilio has proudly served Southeast Michigan for more than 30 years. In this time of crisis, we continue to assist municipalities, business owners, and residents that are affected by the pandemic. We are here for you and ready to answer… 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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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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What is a Designated Funeral Representative?

In Michigan, the default rule has always been that a deceased person’s next of kin decides what happens to their loved one’s remains, even if that’s not who the deceased wanted to make the decisions. However, Michigan now has a law that gives a… 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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Your Probate Questions Answered

Avoiding probate court in Michigan is possible with the help of an attorney. Here are your probate questions answered. Read More
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What is a CBD Product, and May My Teen Use these Items in School?

Is CBD legal to use in schools or not? Read More
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Cyberbullies Face Misdemeanor Charges, Fines, and Jail Time if Caught in Michigan

If you use an electronic device to bully someone in Michigan, you could face misdemeanor charges. Read More
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John Nitz, a founding member of O’Reilly Rancilio P.C. and a lifelong Macomb County resident, was recently named to the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Hall of Fame Class… Read More
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The U.S. House & Senate Senate passed an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), giving small business owners an additional five weeks to apply for a… Read More
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