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May 2002
May 01, 2002

Supreme Court Rules That Seniority System Will Usually (But Not Always) Trump Accommodation Request

In what is likely another pro-employer decision, the United States Supreme Court held that an employee's accommodation request which contradicts an employer's seniority system is "ordinarily&q...

Apr 2002
April 22, 2002

HIPAA's Privacy Rules Ready to Pounce on Unwary Employers

Employers that provide health benefits to their employees will soon have a new legal tiger to contend with. Federal privacy regulations will dramatically impact the way employers must handle the he...

Apr 2002
April 01, 2002

Estate Planning Focus - Spring 2002

Topics included in this issue:Saving for College: Now an Even Better OptionRules for IRAs and Other Retirement Plans: Changed AgainPreserving the Family Vacation Home for Future GenerationsA Limite...

Apr 2002
April 01, 2002

The Importance of Complying With the Uniform Commercial Code's "Notice" Requirement When a Supplier Provides Defective Goods

The Michigan Business Law JournalThe Importance of Complying Withthe Uniform Commercial Code's "Notice"Requirement When a Supplier ProvidesDefective GoodsIn late 1993, Ford Motor Company notified A...

Mar 2002
March 01, 2002

What Businesses Should Know About Document Retention

With recent headlines regarding the accounting industry and the major bankruptcies, many businesses have become more cognizant of the legal issues surrounding the retention and destruction of docum...

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