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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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Co-Parenting, COVID, and Turning the Page on a Challenging Year

When formulating a parenting plan, divorcing parents and their attorneys try to take all potential issues into … Continue Reading

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With Some Exceptions, Employers Can Require Employees to Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19, EEOC Says

As distribution and administration of COVID-19 vaccines begin in earnest, many Americans say they won’t get the … Continue Reading

Former Zappos CEO’s Death Is the Latest Example of the Great Estate Planning Blind Spot

Successful, wealthy, famous, and influential people often seem to have it all. Their talents, intelligence, and vision … Continue Reading

Kreis Enderle Welcomes Associate Katrina Kapture to Its Battle Creek Office

Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce Katrina “Kat” Kapture has joined the firm’s Battle Creek office, where … Continue Reading

Kreis Enderle Welcomes Associate Alexandra Page to Its Grand Rapids Office

Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce Alexandra (Alex) Page has joined the firm as an associate in … Continue Reading

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Michigan Lawyers Weekly Names Attorney Daniel Boocher to the Class of “Up & Coming Lawyers” for 2020

We are thrilled to announce Michigan Lawyers Weekly has named Daniel Boocher to its 2020 class of … Continue Reading

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Michigan Enacts Several New Laws Establishing COVID-19 Protections for Employees and Businesses

On October 22, 2020, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed into law several recently passed bills that establish workplace … Continue Reading

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New Michigan COVID Workplace Safety Rules Implemented Following State Supreme Court’s Rejection of Executive Orders

After the Michigan Supreme Court struck down Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Orders relating to COVID-19 in early … Continue Reading

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Single, No Kids: Who Should I Name as Beneficiary in My Will?

For many people, it takes big life changes, increased responsibilities, or the accumulation of substantial assets to … Continue Reading

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