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It’s not whether they’re working; it’s what they’re doing while working.
Most employers’ main concerns about allowing employees to work remotely come down to one question: How do I know if my employees are really working? Read More
A Grand Rapids group with ties to Americans for Prosperity says the city missed the deadline for its street tax ballot proposal, making the special election invalid. Read More
The Kent County Board of Commissioners has a $33,730 grant from the state to fund a pilot program to determine if earlier involvement by court-appointed attorneys helps speed cases through the system and enhances their services for defendants. Read More
President says association unanimously opposes the legislation.
The Michigan Supreme Court has appointed a 12-member task force to look into the State Bar of Michigan’s mandatory membership requirement. Read More
Ruling could give ISPs significant power over content, pricing.
A recent court decision by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals concerning net neutrality has those in the legal community keeping a close eye on developments. Read More