In this issue:
Mark T. Koerner
Litigation can cause anxiety for just about anyone, whether you are being sued, or you find yourself in a position where you have to sue someone else. A general understanding of the litigation process can help relieve some of that anxiety.
This article is a general outline of the litigation process in case you find yourself in a situation where you have been sued or you need to sue someone else.
Cliff L. Hammond
Every employer and HR department has reviewed wage and hour laws, but even for the most experienced companies, a few common questions always come up.
Some of the answers might not be as straightforward as you’d think. Below, we’ve put together some of the most important points on the basics of wage and hour laws and what employers need to know.
July 13, 2022
In case you missed it, election law attorney Cody Mott discussed legal aspects of campaign donations, both from an individual and business perspective and other areas of campaign finance law on June 8. See the full discussion here.
It is important to educate yourself and your organization should the worst happen and a lawsuit is necessary. Join us for a three-part series as our Second Wednesday Morning Break virtual series focuses on litigation featuring a Foster Swift litigator:
More details on each session to come. Registration for each of these events can be found at the following link: https://bit.ly/3patyN9.
October 19-21, 2022
The Michigan Library Association (MLA) 2022 Annual Conference is back in-person in Port Huron, Michigan, at the Blue Water Convention Center. This year's conference focuses on how libraries are "Bridging the Divide".
The Michigan Library Association Annual Conference is the premier professional development and networking event for Michigan library staff. Each year hundreds of library staff and library supporters gather to network, celebrate achievements, learn best practices, share insights, discuss trends and advance the library profession. Plus, an exhibition allows library staff to connect with vendors and learn more about products and services available to libraries.
See more details below.
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