- Posts by Laura M. DinonSenior Attorney
Laura M. Dinon has been a member of Plunkett Cooney since 1979. After graduating from the Detroit College of Law in 1988, she began practicing in the Detroit office, concentrating in the area of professional liability.
Michigan appellate court upholds legislative changes that would have granted expanded paid medical leave, raised the state's minimum wage and eliminated tip credit wages.
If a new Federal Trade Commission rule is enacted, employer noncompete agreements may be prohibited.
Judge imposes stay that will keep Michigan employers in the dark until at least February 2023 about the fate of the citizen led ballot initiatives seeking paid sick leave and an increased statewide minimum wage.
U.S. Supreme Court rules in National Federation of Independent Business v. OSHA and Biden v. Missouri regarding federal employer and Medicare/Medicaid provider employee vaccination requirements.
Federal appellate court allows COVID-19 vaccine mandate to proceed for large employers, CMS providers.
With appeals to federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates heating up, CMS employers would do well to prepare vaccination policies in anticipation of possible regulatory enforcement actions.
Biden administration announces new COVID-19 vaccination requirements for large employers, providers of Medicare and Medicaid health care services.
Michigan issues new COVID-19 rules for health care employers and ends restrictions for all other employers, effective today.
Michigan incentivizes residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine with double-benefit of defeating virus and fully reopening state’s economy sooner.
Michigan amended its COVID-19 laws to provide retroactive liability protections for business owners and affirmative defenses for employers responding to employee retaliation claims, as well as to address other important changes.
Employers should proceed with caution when dealing with employee leaves and other issues under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), especially those operating in the health care industry.
SPECIAL ALERT: Employers must review this additional U.S. Department of Labor guidance regarding implementation of the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
The Department of Labor has issued guidance on the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
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- Court Delays Ruling on Fate of Michigan’s Paid Sick Leave, Minimum Wage Laws Until February 2023