On March 23, 2020, Governor Whitmer issued a “stay-at-home” order titled Executive Order 2020-21 (“EO 2020-21”). The stated purpose of the Order is to assist in slowing the spread of novel Coronavirus COVID-19 and to
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, business owners, managers and executives may be wondering:
1. What are the employer’s responsibilities to keep employees safe from COVID-19?
2. Do I need to report to MIOSHA that an employee has
The Michigan Supreme Court has issued several Administrative Orders since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis which impact the operations and procedures of courts and court cases across the State of Michigan.
Administrative Order No. 2020-2:
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting businesses across all sectors of the economy, and landlords are no exception. The most obvious challenge landlords face is the inability of tenants to pay rent due to the economic
The COVID-19 crisis is impacting all of us in myriad ways. At Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip, we are committed to helping our clients navigate through the challenges they are facing during these uncertain times.
If a plaintiff replaces an affidavit of merit (AOM) signed by an unqualified expert with one signed by a qualified expert, does the subsequent AOM constitute an “amendment” to the original AOM, such that it
The State of Michigan Department of Treasury has announced the 2020 Non-Economic Damages Caps for medical malpractice claims. With respect to obtaining compensation for the injured plaintiff, Michigan has a statutory cap on the amount