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Apr 2001
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April 01, 2001

The Important Benefits of Using an Independent Investigator in Harassment/Discrimination Claims

It's the close of business on Friday. You've just shut down the computer and packed your briefcase for the weekend. As you're heading out the door, the phone rings. It's the Company's Chief Financi...

Mar 2001
05
March 05, 2001

Five Reasons Employers Should Be Concerned About the Ergonomics Standard

On January 16, 2001, the ergonomics standard went into effect for employers covered by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act. Under the standard, employers must begin to comply with its re...

Mar 2001
01
March 01, 2001

Claim of Adverse Treatment Based on Romantic Jealousy Not Protected

The Michigan Court of Appeals recently held that an employee could not make out a retaliation claim under the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act ("CRA") based on complaints of perceived unfav...

Mar 2001
01
March 01, 2001

The Changing Face of Non-Compete

Non-competition agreements were generally unlawful in Michigan until 1985. Now, they are standard business fare. Non-competes often arise in two settings. First, a business may seek a non-competiti...

Mar 2001
01
March 01, 2001

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds EPA's Revised NAAQS for Ozone and Particulate Matter

On February 27, 2001, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 9-0 ruling, upheld EPA's July 18, 1997 rule making revising the National Ambient Air Quality Standards ("NAAQS") for Ozone and Particulate Matter....

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