On May 17, 2016, the White House and the United States Department of Labor announced the finalization of the long-anticipated rule increasing the salary thresholds for most employees who currently are exempt from overtime pay.
The Shareholders of Fraser Trebilcock, one of Michigan’s longest-established full-service law firms, have re-elected Michael P. Donnelly as President of the law firm. Shareholder Elizabeth H. Latchana has been newly elected to serve as Secretary, as outgoing Vice President Michael E. Cavanaugh steps down from his […]
Twenty Fraser Trebilcock attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the list of Michigan’s Leading Lawyers, a distinction earned by fewer than five-percent of all lawyers licensed to practice law in Michigan. The selection process for Leading Lawyers is multi-phased […]
The Ingham County Bar Foundation presented a $5,000 grant to Friends of the Ingham County Veterans Treatment Court on November 13, 2014 during their board meeting. The grant is the largest amount the ICVTC has received since being established in […]
Thirteen Fraser Trebilcock attorneys have been selected for inclusion on the 2014 list of Super Lawyers, with two additional attorneys named “2014 Rising Stars in Michigan”. In addition, the firm is proud to announce that attorney Marlaine C. Teahan has […]
Fraser Trebilcock is proud to announce that four of its attorneys have been selected as 2015 “Lawyers of the Year” in Lansing, by Best Lawyers: Peter D. Houk, Arbitration Max R. Hoffman, Jr., Administrative / Regulatory Law Elizabeth H. Latchana, […]
Employers are sometimes tempted to enter into agreements with each other under the terms of which they agree not to recruit or hire each other’s employees. The U.S. Department of Justice takes the position that such agreements can be per […]