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Recent Changes to Michigan's Paid Medical Leave Requirements

USA - January 10 2019 On December 14, 2018, Governor Snyder signed into law the Paid Medical Leave Act ("PMLA"), which requires certain Michigan employers to provide paid...

Julie LaVille Hamlet.

Proposed IRS Regulations Clarify New Rules Relating to Hardship Distributions

USA - November 20 2018 The IRS recently issued proposed regulations that would expand the availability of hardship distributions under 401(k) and 403(b) plans (the...

Julie LaVille Hamlet.

Legal Essentials: How to Select a Trademark for your Business

USA - June 22 2018 Planning on starting your own business? One of the first things that you should do is select a trademark. A trademark can be anything from a logo, to...

John W. Mashni, Deanna Swisher, Michael C. Zahrt, Julie LaVille Hamlet, Taylor A. Gast, Joshua K. Richardson, David Nows, Katila Howard, Emily R. Wisniewski, Joel C. Farrar, Nicholas M. Oertel, Jean G. Schtokal, Zachary W. Behler.

New Disability Claims Procedures Take Effect on April 1st

USA - March 12 2018 The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently announced that its final rule (the “Final Rule”) on disability claims procedures for employer-provided...

U.S. Supreme Court Affirms that Collective Bargaining Agreements Must be Interpreted According to “Ordinary Principles of Contract Law”

USA - March 12 2018 In a recent opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court emphatically reaffirmed the requirement that collective bargaining agreements ("CBAs") must be...

Richard C. Kraus.