• Growth with Strategic Acquisitions: Build Your Playbook

    August 4, 2020

    Economic conditions in Michigan can continue to favor organizational growth through acquisition.  This session will provide real-life applications and strategies to help identify and manage the next organizational growth opportunity and understand how to adjust as buyers and sellers under current market conditions. Impact of COVID-19 on sourcing Structuring and financing the deal Conducting an […]

  • Protect Your College Student with an Estate Plan

    August 3, 2020

    A typical college-bound student’s packing list will include various “essential items” such as a mini-fridge, laptop computer, cell phone, clothes, and shower shoes.  An estate plan is probably the most “essential” item that will protect your college student and provide you peace of mind. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents have expressed concern […]

  • What Businesses Need to Know About Michigan’s Mask Mandate

    July 16, 2020

    As positive cases of COVID-19 rise, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer expanded the previous recommendation-only directive for use of a face mask to a mandate. Now, businesses open to the public must refuse entry or service to those not wearing a mask. The order also requires that masks be worn in crowded outdoor spaces, and individuals are […]

  • Potential Pitfalls of Derivative Claims

    June 22, 2020

    Many owners believe that if those in control of the company are taking advantage of them or the company (for example, using company funds for personal expenses) that they can simply file suit.  Unfortunately, it’s not that easy.  In order for an owner to bring such a claim, they first need to identify whether or […]

  • Rhoades McKee Welcomes 2020 Summer Associates

    June 17, 2020

    Rhoades McKee is pleased to announce that Tysean Hendrix, Erykah Ross, and Peter Veldkamp have joined the firm to complete the summer associate program. Tysean Hendrix previously completed Rhoades McKee’s Summer Clerk Program in 2019.  He returns to the firm after completing his second year of law school at Michigan State University College of Law […]

  • Enter the Rainbow: Supreme Court Rules That Title VII Protects LGBTQ Workers

    June 16, 2020

    Monday, the Supreme Court in the case of Bostock v Clayton County Georgia put a spotlight on the rainbow that symbolizes the LGBTQ community by ruling that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act covers sexual orientation and gender identity. This puts an end to a deep split amongst the Federal Courts regarding the issue […]

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