Effective July 3, 2019, the Securities Rules require every investment adviser in Michigan to establish, implement, and maintain a business continuity and succession plan.
The plan required by the Securities Rules contains two separate parts: continuity and succession. Continuity planning involves matters such as back-ups and contingency plans in c…Read more
Michigan has two statutes regulating the use of marijuana:
Now that the smoke has cleared from th…Read more
With the March 29 effective date for Michigan’s new minimum wage and paid medical leave laws rapidly approaching, employers should make sure they are prepared to comply.
As of the end of March, Michigan’s minimum wage will be $9.45 per hour for 2019 (and will increase thereafter). Additionally, employers with 50 or more employees must provide elig…Read more
A recent decision of the Michigan Compensation Appellate Commission has important implications for health care providers in terms of the scope of medical records that they must produce in response to subpoenas issued in worker’s compensation cases. In Perry v. McDonald’s Restaurants of Michigan, Inc., the attorney for McDonald’s issued a subpoena t…Read more
Yesterday CNIL fined Google, Inc. €50 million (nearly $57 million in U. S. dollars) for lack of transparency, inadequate information, and lack of valid consent for data processing related to personalized advertisements.
Created in 1978, the “Commission on Information Technology and Liberties” (CNIL) is a French governmental authority that exists t…Read more