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.
As “stay-home” orders are being loosened and lifted around the country, many employers are considering how to safely bring employees back into the workplace. The process should be strategic based on each individual organization’s needs, but many employers are facing the same questions and concerns about the upcoming shift. Join us for a webinar hosted by the Michigan Bankers Association where we’ll address some of these impending challenges and common questions.
Considerations for Bringing Employees Back to Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic
May 22 @ 11:00 a.m. EDT
About our presenter:
Bethany Sweeny brings nearly twenty years of labor and employment law experience to Kotz Sangster. She focuses her practice on advising employers on a wide range of employment-related issues, including employee handbooks and employment policies, independent contractor agreements, disciplinary matters, discrimination and harassment issues, disability accommodation and litigation avoidance. In the course of providing legal advice, Bethany conducts training seminars on employment law to employers and supervisors on a variety of topics, as well as conducting workplace investigations.