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2020

September 2020
Foster Swift--MERS benefit plan changes for municipal employees
Fahey Schultz--FMLA forms 

August 2020
Foster Swift--Michigan Election Law Blog

July 2020
Fahey Schultz--July eletter: FOIA Update

June 2020
Consumers Energy--Free Nest thermostat 
Fahey Schultz--Tax Tribunal appeals update
Foster Swift--Reopening municipalities
Mika Meyers--EO 2020-114
Mika Meyers--Paycheck protection program changes
Mika Meyers--EO extends FOIA deadlines


May 2020
Fahey Schultz--Township eletter
Fahey Schultz--EO 2020-87 Property Owners get extension to file Tax Tribunal Appeals
Fahey Schultz--Township eletter
Foster Swift--How Michigan will reopen
Foster Swift--Stay at home order extended
Foster Swift--PPE deadline extended to May 11

Foster Swift--PPE deadline May 7
Foster Swift-- Free webinar, planning to ensure forgiveness for PPE

Foster Swift--Governor moves to reopen real estate and 
construction
Foster Swift--Closures of libraries and other places extended through May 28

Miller Canfield--Construction work restrictions lifted
Miller Canfield--
Employer Action Required to Take Advantage of Guidance for Cafeteria Plans

April 2020
DTE Energy--COVID-19 response
EMC Insurance--What law enforcement personnel need to know
EMC Insurance--Election-related prevention recommendations

Fahey Schultz--Shelter in place extension
Fahey Schultz--Nominating petition requirements not extended
Fahey  Schultz- Executive Order 2020-42
Foster Swift--EO updated stay-at-home order
Foster Swift--Remote notarization services

Foster Swift--Workers' Comp blog

Foster Swift--Psychiatric workers comp claims in a pandemic

Foster Swift--Workers comp issues raised
Foster Swift--FOIA deadline suspension
Foster Swift--Stay at home order extended
MERS--COVID-19 FAQs

Mika Meyers--Stay at home order extended through May 15
Mika Meyers--EO temporarily expands unemployment eligibility

Mika Meyers--CARES Act
Mika Meyers--FFCRA paid leaves
Mika Meyers--Unemployment benefits
Mika Meyers--enforcement of stay at home order
Mika Meyers--Gov. extends stay at home order
Mika Meyers--Extension of special open meetings act rules
Miller Canfield--POTUS signs EO limiting immigration
Miller Canfield--Newest stay-at-home order employer amendments

Miller Canfield--EO unemployment benefit expansion
Miller Canfield--Paycheck Protection Program: Issues to consider
Miller Canfield--Paycheck Protection Program guidance

Miller Canfield--IRS extends filing deadlines
Miller Canfield--IRS expands COVID-19 relief
Miller Canfield--sales, use and withholding deadline extended


March 2020
Bauckham Sparks--Open Meetings Act changes
Burnham & Flower--COVID-19 resources, keeping your workplace safe

Carlisle Wortman--Response to COVID-19
DTE Energy--COVID-19 customer update

Consumers Energy--COVID-19
Fahey Schultz--OMA and COVID-19
Fahey Schultz--Coping with COVID-19: Financial assistance
Fahey Schultz--Guidelines for employers
Fahey Schultz--Considerations for public meetings
Foster Swift--COVID-19 Legal resources
Foster Swift--What the stay-at-home order means for businesses
Foster Swift--Minimizing legal impact of COVID-19
Foster Swift--COVID-19 and OMA
Foster Swift--COVID-19 Stimulus 
Michigan Townships Participating Plan--COVID-19 risk management
Mika Meyers--Employment concerns related to COVID-19
Mika Meyers--Open Meetings Act changes
Mika Meyers--Employment rights
Mika Meyers--May election update
Mika Meyers--Helping townships during uncertain times
Miller Canfield--Conoravirus resources center
Miller Canfield--Coronavirus response team
Miller Canfield--Cyber attacks on the rise
Miller Canfield--Gov. Whitmer issues stay at home order
Miller Canfield--Work share program 
Miller Canfield--FMLA guidance during COVID-19
MIller Canfield--Courts to remain open 
Miller Canfield--Dept. of Labor FAQs
Miller Canfield--Office of Municipal Securities offers guidance 
Miller Canfield--Electronic meetings

February 2020
Fahey Schultz enewsletter--Using public money for public purposes
Foster Swift--Avoiding opening meeting violations