Daily Briefs

Firm presents webinar on ‘Immigration Best Practices’ November 10


Clark Hill will present a webinar titled “Compliance Check: Immigration Best Practices” on Wednesday, November 10, beginning at 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Immigration compliance in the automotive and manufacturing industries is an ever-moving target, and if employers are in violation, it affects all areas of business.

Clark Hill attorneys Karen M. Kett and Julie A. George will lead a brief discussion answering the questions:

• Are your business visitors actually “working” in the U.S.?

• Are you ready for an ICE audit?

• Are you complying with H-1B visa requirements including public access files, wage requirements, terminations, and the impact of job changes?

• Are you aware of F-1 employment issues including STEM OPT E-Verify obligations, the Form I-983 Training Plan, employer obligations, and future H-1B sponsorship?

• Are you tracking visa expirations and aware of long-term employment options?

To register for the webinar, visit www.clarkhill.com and click on “News & Events.”

 

Applications now  being accepted for appeals court vacancy


Applications are now being accepted for a seat on the Michigan Court of Appeals, 2nd District.  Judge Jonathan Tukel passed away in September leaving a vacancy on the bench.

To be considered for this position, applicants must be a State Bar of Michigan member who meet the legal qualifications for this office. Applicants should be aware that to be appointed they must reside within the judicial district.

Judicial appointment questionnaire, writing samples, resume, and supplemental documents must be submitted using the online portal at www.michigan.gov/appointments and received by 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 28.
Additional letters of recommendation can still be submitted after your initial submission to judicialappointments@michigan.gov.

Anyone with questions about the judicial appointments process can send questions to judicial appointments@michigan.gov.

 

Straker Bar panel to discuss ‘How to Handle a Criminal Case’ Oct. 23
 

The D. Augustus Straker Bar Association will present “How to Handle a Criminal Case” on Saturday, October 23, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

Panelists for the program will include Vassal N. Johnson II, Kareem Johnson, Richard Taylor, and A.J. Hamilton.

The program will take place at the Law Offices of Vassal N. Johnson II PLLC, 18444 W. 10 Mile Rd., Suite 204, in Southfield.

For additional information, visit www.strakerlaw.org.


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