Steve Hessen

Joslin Monahan Joins Kreis Enderle’s Grand Rapids Office

We are delighted to announce that Joslin Monahan has joined the firm as an associate in our Grand Rapids office. Drawing from her private practice … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Top 10 Employment Issues for Start-Ups

For most entrepreneurs, their business journeys begin with an idea. While it only takes one person to come up with an idea, it almost always … Continue Reading

Bobbi Hines

Estate Planning Video: “Planning For an Aging Parent”

One of the most challenging aspects of aging is losing the ability to do things that were once routine. This often includes mental and physical … Continue Reading

Jesse Young

Some Salaried Employees Are Entitled to Overtime Pay – Are You One of Them?

Your employer pays you a salary rather than hourly wages. In return for that salary, and any benefits that come with it, your employer expects … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

How to Manage the ADA Interactive Process for Employers

When it comes to providing reasonable accommodation for an employee or job applicant under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the journey can be just … Continue Reading

Bobbi Hines

How to Legally Disinherit an Heir

Estate planning is a deeply personal undertaking. Many important and profound questions need to be asked and answered during the process, including who will be … Continue Reading

Steve Hessen

Charley Bogren and Nick Spigiel Will Be Among “100 Men Who Cook” at Kalamazoo Boys and Girls Clubs Fundraiser

Kreis Enderle attorneys Charley Bogren and Nick Spigiel are swapping law books for cookbooks! On August 10, 2019, the two will participate in 100 Men … Continue Reading

Charles Bogren

Michigan Issues Emergency Recreational Marijuana Rules

The state agency charged with overseeing legal cannabis sales in Michigan issued emergency rules in early July designed to bring much-needed clarity to Michigan business … Continue Reading

Kay Kossen

Assets that Pass Outside of Probate in Michigan

When a person dies, everything he or she owned becomes part of his or her estate. The estate is then distributed to that person’s heirs … Continue Reading

Thomas Cedoz

Business Alert: Consequences of Not Having an Employee Electronic Use Policy

Your company’s computers, network, data, and other information technology systems form the critical infrastructure that allows your employees to do their jobs and facilitate your … Continue Reading

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