Homeowners’ Associations and Restrictions Against Airbnb and Other Short-Term Rentals
With the explosion in Airbnb, VRBO, and other home-sharing services, many homeowners’ associations (HOAs) are considering covenants to ban short-term rentals. The question is whether … Continue Reading
Mark Kreter and Steve Simons Secure Appellate Win in Michigan No-Fault Case
Kreis Enderle litigators Mark Kreter and Steve Simons recently obtained a victory before the Michigan Court of Appeals in a lawsuit under the state’s no-fault … Continue Reading
Kreis Enderle’s Bobbi Hines Launches Michigan Estate Planning Video Series
Why should someone have a will? Should only wealthy people create trusts? What exactly is an estate plan? To answer these and other questions, Kreis … Continue Reading
Michigan Legislature Approves Minimum Wage Increase & Paid Sick Leave
Lawmakers in the Michigan Senate and House of Representatives passed two initiatives in September 2018 that appear to benefit Michigan workers. These adopted proposals provide … Continue Reading
Does a Workplace No-Fault Attendance Policy Violate the FMLA?
“No-fault” attendance policies have become common in many workplaces, especially in large companies with multiple locations. These policies create a system where employees automatically accrue … Continue Reading
Should Employees Be Paid for Attending Benefits Fairs and Wellness Activities?
More employers than ever are offering wellness programs to encourage healthy lifestyle choices like weight management, exercise, smoking cessation, and dietary modifications. These programs are … Continue Reading
Four Kreis Enderle Attorneys Named to 2018 List of Michigan Super Lawyers
Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce that managing partner Steve Hessen has been included on the list of Michigan Super Lawyers for the sixth consecutive … Continue Reading
Mark Kreter Appointed to Battle Creek Tax Increment Finance Authority
Kreis Enderle shareholder Mark Kreter was recently appointed to serve on the board of the Battle Creek Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA). Separate from the Battle Creek City Commission, … Continue Reading