Haley Clough, an attorney in our Grand Rapids office, sat down to record a chat with Clay Powell, the Director of the RPOA, about the latest news on evictions and funding sources in Michigan. Watch the video to learn about the latest in eviction-related legislation.
Regulations regarding the "Health Care Provider" Exception and Intermittent Leave have been revised, effective September 16, 2020 through the expiration of the FFCRA's paid leave provisions on December 31, 2020.
Seven attorneys from Kotz Sangster have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, and two attorneys are honored in the Inaugural Edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch.
On June 29, 2020, the Michigan Supreme Court corrected 30 years of jurisprudence that had been wrongfully denying insurance coverage for construction defects. In Skanska USA Building Inc. v M.A.P. Mechanical Contractors, et al. the Court enforced what it properly regarded as plain policy language, and thereby opened the door to coverage. Kotz Sangster is proud to have represented the winning party, Skanska.
Changes are coming to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). U.S. House approves legislation; U.S. Senate convenes after June 1, 2020 to continue discussion.
Join us May 22 at 11 a.m. EDT for a complimentary webinar hosted with Michigan Bankers Association addressing common questions and concerns about bringing employees back into the workplace once "stay-home" orders have been lifted. Register today!
Governor Whitmer has issued Executive Order 2020-77 as it relates to Stay Home, Stay Safe, which has been extended to May 28, 2020, and steps the manufacturing industry must take in order to resume operations on May 11, 2020.
On Friday afternoon, May 1, 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-70 allowing a return to the job site for construction workers. Contractors are advised to adopt best practices in order to protect the health and safety of all employees.
Kotz Sangster recently shared oral arguments with the Michigan Supreme Court on the scope of coverage available to contractors for property damage claims under a standard commercial general liability insurance policy. Kotz Sangster is proud to represent the contractor before the Court and are honored the Court accepted our application to hear the case.
To ensure the health of our team and in alignment with the guidance of the State of Michigan and CDC, Kotz Sangster has closed our physical offices across the state until it is safe to return. As we move forward, our attorneys and support staff will be working remotely, and you can rely on us for the same responsive service and strategic counsel that have earned the trust of hundreds of Michigan businesses for over 40 years.