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Mar 2001
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
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....

Feb 2001
February 20, 2001

Occasionally Forgetful Employee Was Not Disabled Under ADA/PWDCRA

In Mulholland v. Pharmacia & Upjohn, Inc., No. 4:99-CV-98 (W.D. Mich., February 15, 2001), an employee who had previously suffered a serious head injury was discharged for falsifying his time c...

Feb 2001
February 05, 2001

Benefits May Offer Edge in Tight Labor Market

With companies on the lookout for incentives to attract and keep quality employees, many have turned to innovative benefit programs. Some employers have pioneered unique benefits such as pet insura...

Feb 2001
February 01, 2001

Estate Planning Focus - Winter 2001

IRS Issues New (and Better) Rules Affecting Retirement Plan DistributionsMany taxpayers are familiar with the minimum required distribution rules that establish and regulate the required minimum ...

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