Jesse Young

Labor Department Rule Makes 1.3 Million More Americans Eligible for Overtime Pay

Approximately 1.3 million salaried American workers will now receive overtime pay for any extra hours they work. On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of … Continue Reading

Bobbi Hines

Estate Planning Video: Understanding Medicare, Medicaid, and the Cost of Long-Term Care

Long-term care will be a reality for many of us in our lives – and it is a harsh reality. Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Thomas Cedoz Presents at DisruptHR Event Designed to Energize and Inform Attendees

Kreis Enderle attorney Tom Cedoz recently spoke at the DisruptHR event in Grand Rapids, sharing tips and best practices he encourages company leaders, administrators, and human resource … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Employer Alert: You’re Not Done With Your EEO-1 — Additional Report Due By Sept. 30.

Business owners who must submit an annual EEO-1 report to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) may have put this time-consuming obligation out of their … Continue Reading

Jim Lance

Estate Planning for Families With Young Children: Choosing a Guardian

Which life event, more than any other, spurs people to get serious about estate planning? Having children. Making sure that your kids are provided for … Continue Reading

Jim Lance

Four Kreis Enderle Attorneys Selected to 2019 Michigan Super Lawyers List

Kreis Enderle is pleased to announce that four of our attorneys were named to the 2019 list of Michigan Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Managing … Continue Reading

Dan McGlinn

Michigan Unclaimed Property Law: What Business Owners Need to Know

For Michigan companies, finders are not necessarily keepers. Almost any business with customers, clients, or employees can find itself in possession of unclaimed cash or … Continue Reading

Joslin Monahan

Michigan Cannabis Industry Suppliers – Legal and Practical Challenges

With the passage of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA), the billion-dollar recreational cannabis market expected to flourish in Michigan is attracting … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Charley Bogren and Nick Spigiel Swapped Law Books for Cookbooks at “100 Men Who Cook” Fundraiser 

Kreis Enderle attorneys Charley Bogren and Nick Spigiel, along with 98 other area men of influence, put on their aprons and grabbed their oven mitts … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

New Department of Labor Opinions on Family Leave, Overtime Pay, and Employee Classification

In the latest of its string of opinion letters addressing issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act … Continue Reading

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