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Mark Kreter

Mark Kreter and Daniel Boocher Obtain No Cause Verdict in Motor Vehicle-Pedestrian Injury Case

Kries Enderle litigators Mark Kreter and Daniel Boocher recently secured a victory in the Kent County Circuit Court in a civil lawsuit arising from an … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Kay Kossen Speaks to Emerging Women Leaders at the Olivet College Women’s Leadership Institute

On November 13, 2019, Olivet College welcomed Kreis Enderle shareholder Kay Kossen as a featured speaker at its Women’s Leadership Institute. The event was part … Continue Reading

Collin Rosenbaum

USDA Issues Long-Awaited Hemp Regulations

The continuing expansion of legal adult-use marijuana into more and more states can obscure the concurrent explosion in the market for CBD oil and other … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Additional 200,000 Michigan Workers Would Be Eligible for Overtime Pay Under Whitmer Plan

Asserting that recent changes to federal overtime pay rules don’t go far enough, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is pushing to substantially expand the number of salaried … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Proposed Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute Changes May Offer Greater Opportunities and Lower Risks for Physicians

As part of their self-described efforts “to modernize and clarify the regulations that interpret the Physician Self-Referral Law (the ‘Stark Law’) and the Federal Anti-Kickback … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Firing for “Potential Future Disability” Isn’t Discrimination Under the ADA, Federal Court Rules

The future is not now when it comes to employment discrimination under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), at least according to the U.S. Court … Continue Reading

Ryan Conboy

Kreis Enderle Partners with Old National Bank to Support Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes

Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes calls itself a “Food Bank Plus,” a fitting description for the services it provides to the community, and Kreis Enderle is … Continue Reading

Joslin Monahan

Cannabis Industry Workers Entitled to Overtime Pay, Federal Court Rules

The ongoing and untenable conflict between state and federal law regarding cannabis creates a wide-range of inconveniences, injustices, and inconsistencies that impact cannabis business owners … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Employers Can’t Shorten Time Limits for Workplace Discrimination Claims, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules

A federal appeals court that covers Michigan recently issued a unanimous ruling holding that employers cannot contractually shorten the time within which their workers can … Continue Reading

Joslin Monahan

Banking Challenges for Michigan Cannabis Businesses – Will It Soon Be SAFE?

As a Michigan cannabis entrepreneur, you know that the viability of your business – whether it can open and whether it stays open – depends … Continue Reading

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