Michigan Supreme Court changes
The past two months have seen a number of changes to the makeup of the Michigan Supreme Court. Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday named Court of Appeals Judge Kurtis Wilder to the Michigan Supreme Court.
Sugar-sweetened beverage and snack waiver defeated
As the legislature moves closer to finalizing the budget, language added to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) budget attracted some concern from retailers but has since been removed.
by William J. Hallan, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel
You might be surprised to learn that but for a few exceptions, Michigan employers are not required to provide meal or rest periods to their employees.
Legislation to discourage property tax appeals reintroduced
Legislation creating an unfair property tax appeals system that would increase the cost and length of the appeals process was reintroduced on March 22.
Winter time in Michigan creates numerous seasonal hazards for individuals, especially the risk of falling due to icy conditions.
According to Michigan’s hospital surveillance data, 60 workers were hospitalized in 2014 and 54 in 2015 after falling on the ice at work.