Archive: June 2023

  • Rhoades McKee Welcomes Human Resources Manager

    June 28, 2023

    Rhoades McKee is pleased to announce that Sarah Vander Meulen has joined the firm as a Human Resources Manager. As Human Resources Manager, she will be responsible for developing and implementing people management strategies that strengthen the organizational culture and foster a thriving work environment that encourages productivity, engagement, teamwork, and growth to better serve […]

  • Rhoades McKee Welcomes 2023 Summer Associates

    June 8, 2023

    Rhoades McKee is pleased to announce that Christina Codrington, Emily Felton, Jessica Gonzalez, and Peter McAndrews have joined the firm as summer associates. While at Rhoades McKee, they will have the opportunity to work on multiple projects in over 25 practice areas as well as observe hearings, client mediations, and trials. Christina Codrington A Florida […]

  • COUNTING THE (HOLI)DAYS: Department of Labor Confirms FMLA Leave Calculation for Weeks that Include Holidays

    June 7, 2023

    The Department of Labor recently issued an opinion clarifying when a holiday counts against an employee’s leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Although the opinion isn’t ground-breaking (indeed it restates what the regulations say and how the Act has been enforced), it’s still a good reminder of how to properly calculate intermittent FMLA […]

  • Rhoades McKee Commercial Litigation Team Ranked by Chambers and Partners

    June 6, 2023

    Among only 15 other Michigan law firms, Rhoades McKee’s Commercial Litigation Team was ranked by Chambers and Partners for their representative work. According to interviews completed by Chambers, “Rhoades McKee has a very attentive, well-prepared, and cost-competitive team who is reliable for all legal services.” In addition, for the twelfth consecutive year, Rhoades McKee attorney […]

  • National Labor Relations Board WADES INTO NON-COMPETE DEBATE

    June 1, 2023

    Financial Danger Ahead! Despite the fact that non-compete and non-solicitation agreements are specifically allowed by statute in the vast majority of the States, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) is poised to challenge the legality of many such agreements as a violation of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act (the “Act”). In an […]

Stay Informed

Join our mailing list today