Daily Briefs

Firm kicks off Breakfast Bites educational series

Maddin Hauser’s complimentary monthly educational series, Breakfast Bites, will kick off Wednesday, October 26. The series will cover numerous topics over the course of this year. Due to COVID-19, the firm’s upcoming Breakfast Bites sessions will be webinar access only.

This year’s sessions will include:

• Session 1: “Right-Sizing and Reducing Workforce: Navigating Severance Agreements, Adverse Impact Studies, and the WARN Act,” October 26, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Kaitlin A. Brown

• Session 2: “Restricting Employees from Competition and Solicitation: Considerations for Complying with and Seeking to Enforce Restrictive Provisions in Agreements,” November 30, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Jordan B. Segal

• Session 3: “How to Avoid, Mitigate Risk, and Defend Against Claims of Harassment and Failure to Accommodate Disabilities,” January 25, 2023, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Mark V. Breaugh

• Session 4: “Responding to Employment Related Requests: Subpoenas, Garnishments and Personnel Files,” February 22, 2023, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Sydney E. Wright

• Session 5: “Incentive Compensation: How to Structure and Avoid Legal Pitfalls in Compensating Employees from Hourly to Executive,” March 29, 2023, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Ronald A. Sollish

• Session 6: “The Move to Unionize: A New Landscape of Concerted Activity and How Labor Law Impacts Non-Union Workplaces.” April 26, 2023, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Rita M. Lauer

• Session 7: “Business Insurance Coverage: Being Smart with Your Risk Management Decisions,” May 24, 2023, 8 to 9:30 a.m., presented by Richard M. Mitchell

To register for any or all of the sessions, visit https://maddinhauser.com and click on “Events.”


Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office partners with Canine Advocacy Program

The Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office is participating in the Canine Advocacy Program in connection with CARE House to receive a therapy dog.

Canine Advocacy Program (CAP) helps child survivors of trauma and abuse alleviate anxiety, depression, and stress associated with being involved in the criminal justice system. The CAP program began at the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office and has expanded to help more government entities. 

Once the therapy dog arrives, the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office will work with CARE House of Macomb to achieve the greatest benefits to the children and litigants of Macomb County.

This program is paid by donations and does not come from tax dollars. 

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