24 August 2022

Episode 26 – How To Create A Great Work C...

Miller Johnson attorney Rebecca Strauss welcomes Consumers Credit Union Chief Human Resources Officer Shawn Premer to discuss how to create a great company culture while dealing with legal compliance requirements when it comes to employee hiring, reviews and discharge. You can also listen to this and future episodes by subscribing to “The Lawyers Off the […]

Employment Agreement
23 August 2022

10 Things to Include in Every Employment Agreement

Not all employers choose to enter into employment agreements with their employees. However, there can be certain benefits of entering into such agreements. Agreements can provide clarity by setting out the terms of employment and the mutual obligations between the employee and the employer. They can also provide protection for your business after an employee […]

Education Law Blog Post - Aug 23
23 August 2022

New Guidance For Educators On Discipline For St...

5 Minute Message Video Series In this 5 Minute Message, Miller Johnson attorney Kevin Sutton outlines Department of Education’s guidance on discipline for students with disabilities and 504 plans. Watch the 5 Minute Message here. Government publications: Supporting Students With Disabilities And Avoiding Discriminatory Use Of Student Discipline Under Section 504 Q&A: Addressing Needs Of […]

18 August 2022

Big Changes To Working After Retirement For Mic...

5 Minute Message Video Series In this 5 Minute Message, Miller Johnson Attorney Bob Schindler outlines the changes that Public Act 184 (aka House Bill 4375) made to working after retirement for Michigan educators. Watch the 5 Minute Message here. Questions? Contact the author Bob Schindler. Stay Connected With Us: Email: Want to receive Miller […]

Ed Law 5 Minute Message
11 August 2022

What Michigan’s Latest Court Ruling About...

5 Minute Message Video Series In this 5 Minute Message, Miller Johnson attorney Sandy Andre examines what the Michigan Court of Claims ruling on minimum wage and paid medical leave means for schools. Watch the 5 Minute Message here.  Questions? Contact the author Sandy Andre. Stay Connected With Us: Email: Want to receive Miller Johnson’s […]

LGBTQ+ Rights and Religious Accommodations
09 August 2022

(Sometimes) Irreconcilable Differences: LGBTQ+ ...

When Employers Are Stuck in the Middle More and more employers are finding themselves in the difficult position of dealing with objections from religious employees to DEI trainings or policies, or requests from coworkers to use preferred pronouns. Unfortunately, the law provides employers with limited guidance in this increasingly fraught area. What are employers to […]

Football Player Kneeling
09 August 2022

What Does Supreme Court’s Football Coach ...

5 Minute Message Video Series In this 5 Minute Message, Miller Johnson attorney Kevin Sutton examines the impact of Kennedy v. Bremerton School District Supreme Court ruling on prayer in school. Watch the 5 Minute Message here. Questions? Contact the author Kevin Sutton. Stay Connected With Us: Email: Want to receive Miller Johnson’s education law […]

Education Law 5 Minute Message
04 August 2022

Introducing Miller Johnson Education Law’...

For the 2022-23 school year, the Miller Johnson Education practice group is bringing you a new video series, the 5 Minute Message. We envision this video series being like so many of the telephone calls we have with clients that start with, “Hey, do you have five minutes to talk about …?” Each month, we […]

Workplace Violence
26 July 2022

Workplace Violence: Prevent and Protect

We always think that it won’t happen to us. That “things like this” don’t happen “here.” But recent shootings in workplaces across the county – like at a grocery store in Buffalo, at a school in Uvalde, and at a manufacturing facility in western Maryland – should prompt employers to consider what they can and […]

14 July 2022

Episode 25 – SCOTUS Overturns Roe v. Wade...

Miller Johnson attorneys Sarah Willey and Tripp VanderWal discuss the impact of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, including both the current legal landscape for employers and what will likely be around the corner. You can also listen to this and future episodes by subscribing to “The Lawyers Off the Clock” podcast on: […]