Month: February 2016

Preventing sales lawsuits

Many states, including Michigan, have laws that award a salesperson twice the amount of the actual commission, along with attorney fees and litigation costs, if the salesperson wins a lawsuit over commissions.

Gov’t Affairs News – med sync, recycling, and more

Senate Committee approves biosimilars bill without notification

The 10-person Senate Health Policy Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved the S-1 substitute of HB 4812, which allows for the substitution of interchangeable biosimilar drugs without requiring the pharmacist to notify the prescriber.

Retailers project modest 2016 sales growth

LANSING – Despite a slow start in January, Michigan retailers are forecasting sales growth averaging 2 percent in 2016, according to the latest Michigan Retail Index survey, a joint project of Michigan Retailers Association (MRA) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.