Labor & Employment Law

Wrongful Termination

Written Employment Agreements Can Reduce Litigation Risks But Open The Door to Wrongful Termination Claims

No matter the context, taking the understandings, expectations, and agreements between two or more parties from their … Continue Reading

Employment Agreement

Signing Them Up to Stick Around: How Employment Agreements Can Help Employers Attract and Retain Top Talent

With the unemployment rate at its lowest in decades, opportunities abound for talented employees looking for greener … Continue Reading

Non-compete agreement

From Non-Compete To Non-Existent: Proposed FTC Rule Would Render Almost All Non-Competition Agreements Void and Unenforceable

For decades, businesses in Michigan and across the country have relied upon non-competition agreements to protect their … Continue Reading

Michigan minimum wage

After a Year On Hold, Michigan’s Minimum Wage Set to Rise in 2022

Since it arrived in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has put a lot of plans on hold. … Continue Reading

covid vaccination mandate

COVID-19 Vaccination (and Testing) Mandates Are Here for Companies With 100+ Employees. Here’s What Your Business Needs to Know and Do.

The Biden Administration’s long-awaited standards regarding mandatory COVID-19 vaccination (and testing) programs for large employers have arrived. … Continue Reading

Joint employment wage and overtime

DOL Rescinds Previous Administration’s Final Rule That Narrowed the Circumstances for Finding Joint Employer Relationships

As of October 5, 2021, more businesses may discover they are “joint employers” under the Fair Labor … Continue Reading

Employee tips compensation

DOL Announces New Final Tip Pooling and Tip Credit Rules

In September and October 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced the publication of two final … Continue Reading

COVID COBRA benefits

What Employers Need to Know About COBRA Changes, Subsidies, Tax Credits, and Continuation Coverage Under the American Rescue Plan

President Biden’s recently enacted American Rescue Plan of 2021 (ARP) includes significant changes to COBRA continuation coverage … Continue Reading

workplace coronavirus safety

President Biden Signs Executive Order for Increased COVID-19 Workplace Protections

In his first full day in office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order designed to “take … Continue Reading

High Unemployment in 2020 Delays Scheduled Rise in Michigan’s Minimum Wage Until 2022

When the clock struck midnight on December 31 and ended the nightmare that was 2020, Michigan’s minimum … Continue Reading

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