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Administering a Digital Estate
By: Rachel Selina
As technology evolves, so does the process by which personal representatives deal with property during probate. Michigan’s Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, passed in 2016, addresses the increased use of online accounts.
Implementing a Company Vaccination Mandate: What You Need to Know
By: Rachel Selina
In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, on September 9, 2021, the Biden Administration issued a series of executive orders implementing a mandatory vaccination plan for all Federal employees and Federal contractors, subject to some exemptions.
Legal Considerations for Remote Work Policy
By: Sandro D. DiMercurio
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many employers to implement a Remote Work policy within their respective organizations. Many states issued stay-at-home orders which caused employers to transition, on the fly, from a traditional office environment to a home space environment.
Are you ready for divorce?
By: John Schrot
If you are reading this you may be contemplating the prospect of divorce. Divorce is a significant decision, which undoubtedly will alter your life. A decision to divorce should be measured. A divorce generally takes much more financial and other planning than does a marriage. How does anyone know that it is the correct choice? The choice may not be yours.
Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
By: David Foy
If an employee tests positive, they should isolate for 10 days after the positive test. If the employee thinks they have COVID-19 because they are exhibiting symptoms, employers can require them to be tested or have the employee quarantine for 10 days.