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If your health insurance policy was cancelled in anticipation of the start of the Affordable Care Act, you may soon be able to have it reinstated. Today, the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) said that after careful […]
Michigan will see 130,000 new jobs over the next two years, according to economists at the University of Michigan Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics on Friday. This puts job growth slightly above the 57,000 annual average from 1971-2000. Gongwer News […]
Fraser Trebilcock is proud to take part in a unique program designed to give law school students an inside look into the legal world. The training program, called 60 Minute Mentoring, was created by Cooley Law School in partnership with […]
President Obama announced today that health insurance policies in the individual and small group markets, which would otherwise be cancelled under the terms of the Affordable Care Act, may be kept for another year without being deemed non-compliant. However, the […]
This morning, Fraser Trebilcock teamed up with the Lansing Chamber of Commerce to present a seminar to help employers keep up with changes related to Health Care Reform. Topics included a background on the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace, […]
In late 2013, Governor Snyder told Michigan residents that “Michigan’s military veterans, particularly those who are disabled, have sacrificed more for us than we can ever repay. They have served to protect our way of life and our freedom.” As […]
Fraser Trebilcock attorney Michael P. Donnelly was recently elected to the position of Chair-Elect of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Michigan. Mr. Donnelly is Vice-President of the firm and the Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Detroit office. […]
The Department of Treasury and IRS recently released guidance modifying the “use-or-lose” rule for health FSAs and clarifying previous guidance regarding non-calendar year cafeteria plan change in elections.