Fraser Trebilcock attorney Edward J. Castellani has recently achieved an AV Preeminent® peer review rating by Martindale-Hubbell, for Corporate Law, Business Law, and Administrative Law. This rating is viewed as a significant accomplishment for attorneys, as it demonstrates that their peers rank them at the highest level of professional excellence, based upon legal knowledge, analytical … Continue reading Attorney Edward Castellani Receives Highest Martindale-Hubbell Rating
Five Stories that Matter in Michigan This Week – May 27, 2022; Legal, Legislative, and Regulatory Insights
On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule to make 1.3 million American workers newly eligible for overtime pay. The new rule is effective January 1, 2020 and includes the following changes to overtime rules: Raise the salary level from the current $455 per week to $684 per week (or … Continue reading New Overtime Pay Rules
Michigan nonprofits are comprised of members, shareholders, and directors that can be found in various locations at any time. To avoid meetings and travel time, many nonprofits use electronic voting instead of a meeting. But are they following the correct procedure according to Michigan law? Attorney Edward Castellani recently cleared up questions on how to … Continue reading Electronic Voting Rules and Michigan Nonprofit Corporations: Ensure Each Vote Counts Under Michigan Law
Fraser Trebilcock attorneys Edward Castellani and Michael James recently represented Michigan’s largest Health Information Exchange (“HIE”) in a merger with another HIE. The merger resulted in the formation of the State’s largest HIEs and one of the largest in the United States. Over the past few years, there has been an increased use of electronic … Continue reading Merger Completed by Fraser Trebilcock Attorneys Forms Michigan’s Largest Health Information Exchange
On January 30, 2014, Governor Snyder signed into law Senate Bill No. 337 (the “Act”). The Act, recorded as Public Act 3 of 2014, amends sections MCL 205.201, 205.27a and 205.30 relating to tax clearance procedure, responsible officer liability for unpaid Michigan taxes, successor liability for purchasers of a business, audit procedure, claims for refund … Continue reading Changes to Michigan Tax Law Regarding Tax Clearance Procure, Responsible Officer Liability, Audit Procedures and Claims for Refund
Auto dealers frequently use car shuttlers to deliver vehicles to a customer, auction, or another dealer. Dealers have historically treated the car shuttlers as independent contractors and have not paid Michigan Unemployment Tax on their compensation. The Michigan Employment Security Commission (MESC) has instructed its auditors to treat car shuttlers as employees, and compensation to … Continue reading Car Shuttlers and the Michigan Unemployment Tax
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