Get to Know Smith Haughey's Holland Office

West Coast Chamber September Member Spotlight

The Holland office of Smith Haughey primarily represents businesses and their owners, practicing all areas of business and real estate law. Smith Haughey assists clients in starting a business to selling and/or transitioning it, and with the decisions, issues, and needs that might arise throughout.

Jaron Nyhof

Jaron has been a business and real est…

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Legal Alert: Supreme Court Decides Landmark Employment Law Case On LGBTQ Rights

What Does it Mean for Michigan Employers and Employees?

By Charissa C. Huang and Kevin J. Cowan

The LGBTQ community has won a major victory in their fight for equal treatment under the law. On June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court delivered a 6-3 decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, 2020 WL 3146686 (U.S. June 15, 2020), where it added two new protected classes to Title VII of the Civ…

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Your Business and The Law - We Are Here for You

Smith Haughey Attorneys partner with local businesses

Smith Haughey is honored to serve Holland and the surrounding lakeshore communities. We care deeply about the success and wellbeing of its citizens and businesses. We are privileged to represent many businesses and their owners.  Here are some of the many ways we are able to assist local businesses to help them be successful:

Business consultation

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Legal Alert: Families First Coronavirus Response Act

What Your Business Needs to Know

President Trump signed the law on March 18, 2020; however, it does not go into effect until April 1, 2020, which gives employers some time to make appropriate policy changes and communicate those to their employees. 

The emergency paid-leave provisions of the Act apply to businesses with fewer than 500 employees, but there may be some exceptions ava…

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Stay at Home

A Brief Overview of the Governor’s Most Recent Executive Order and What it Means for Your Business

There is much that is outlined in the Governor’s most recent order, Executive Order 2020-21, but the intent of the order is to suppress the spread of COVID-19, ordering individuals to stay in their place of residence beginning March 24, 2020 at 12:01 am, continuing through April 13, 2020 at 11:59 pm unless they are partaking in specific activities …

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