Employers should be aware of Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, a 5-4 decision announced on Monday, May 21, 2018, by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Michigan Court of Appeals rules that employees who secure employment through resume fraud may be liable for damages to an employer.
Owning a vacation home can create complicated family estate and income tax issues. Keeping the cottage and property in the family will not happen without thoughtful planning.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's new silica rules for the construction industry are being enforced. Contractors must comply in order to avoid costly fines and to protect their workers.
With the passage of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, questions remain as to how it will fuel economic growth and how it will affect individuals and businesses. Kotz Sangster's estate planning and tax attorneys offer an overview of the new law.
It is clear that harassment and discrimination in the workplace is not a thing of the past. It can happen anywhere, anytime. There is much that HR departments and management can do to minimize harassment and discrimination and reduce risk to employers.
An agreement that determines how a person's property is to be managed and distributed during his or her lifetime and upon death is termed a Revocable Living Trust. Kotz Sangster's estate planning and tax attorneys offer an easy-to-understand overview of trusts.
Agricultural law attorney Trent C. Hilding, Of Counsel to Kotz Sangster, has authored an article published in the June 2017 issue of Great Lakes Banker. He discusses the cyclical nature of agricultural business and challenges it presents to lenders.
Estate Planning is much more than just planning for estate taxes. Kotz Sangster's estate planning and tax attorneys offer an easy-to-understand overview.
Identity theft is a major concern for both the private and public sectors. Employers must act to protect themselves and their employees.