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Jun 2001
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June 01, 2001

Estate Planning Alert

Topics included in this issue:Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001Congress Enacts Estate Tax ReformSummary of Major ChangesFull Phase-in ChartEconomic Growth and Tax Relief Rec...

May 2001
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May 01, 2001

Employer's Policy of Unpaid Disciplinary Suspension for Management Employees Destroys Exempt Status

The Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") contains several "white collar" exemptions to its overtime requirements. To qualify under these exemptions, the employee must be paid a min...

May 2001
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May 01, 2001

Getting Started on Your Succession Plan

The heart of the West Michigan business community and economy is the family owned business. These businesses range from small start ups and mom and pop retail establishments to billion dollar world...

May 2001
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May 01, 2001

Michigan Supreme Court Clarifies Elements of "Regarded As" Disability Claims

Under the Michigan Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act ("PWDCRA"), an employer may be liable for discriminating against an employee who is "regarded as" disabled. A divid...

May 2001
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May 01, 2001

Taming the Computer Beast: Why It Is Important to Have an Electronic Communications Policy

Few things have impacted American business like the development of computer technology. Like many advances, however, the computer can be both a tremendous asset and a destructive force. It is imper...

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