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March 14, 2019
Publication: Rapid Report
Practice Areas: Employment Litigation, Human Resources Services, Labor & Employment Law, Labor Law
Claudia D. Orr

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a new proposed rule on the salary thresholds for white collar exemptions.

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November 1, 2018
Publication: Labor and Employment Lawnotes (Fall 2018), Vol. 28, No. 3
Practice Areas: Tax Law
Alan Shamoun
Labor and Emplyment Law Section - State Bar of Michigan
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May 22, 2018
Municipal Matters Newsletter - Spring/Summer 2018 Edition
Publication
Practice Areas: Governmental Law
Rhonda R. Stowers
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Insurance Coverage Update

April 15, 2019
Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut Insurance Coverage Updates
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This edition of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes three recent matters, including a case holding that alleged faulty workmanship constitutes an occurrence, an opinion addressing an alleged failure to settle, and a case examining collapse coverage under a homeowner’s policy.

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April 1, 2019
Massachusetts, Tenth Circuit Coverage Updates
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This edition of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes summarizes two recent matters, including an opinion regarding bad faith failure to settle and a case addressing whether an insurer acted as a fiduciary under ERISA

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March 15, 2019
Georgia, Virginia, Wisconsin Coverage Updates
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This edition of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes three recent matters, including a case examining whether an insurer acted in bad faith when failing to respond to a settlement offer before it was withdrawn even though the insurer was never put on notice that its failure to accept the offer by a specific date would constitute rejection of the offer.

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Rapid Report

January 4, 2019
Rapid Report
Practice Areas: Employment Litigation, Human Resources Services, Labor & Employment Law, Labor Law
Claudia D. Orr

Outgoing Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signs law that require some employers to provide paid medical leave to eligible employees and increases the state's minimum wage rate annually through 2030.

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