Crestmark Transportation Division Promotes Four Employees

TROY, MICHIGAN, July 8, 2013: In an effort to strengthen Crestmark’s support of the transportation industry, Crestmark has recently promoted four employees from its Franklin, Tennessee office. Each of these individuals has over 10 years of experience in the industry. “These promotions are well-deserved and we congratulate each on their success,” said Jack Roper, Transportation Division Group President. “Quality service is of utmost importance, and we know that this team cares about our clients.”

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Brightwing Welcomes New HR Director

Brightwing, the recruiting and training company that elevates human performance, is pleased to announce that Emily Annand has joined the organization as the new Director of Human Resources for Brightwing. Emily’s HR expertise has spanned over a decade and has included managerial roles in the Automotive, Telecommunication and Engineering industries.

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Michigan State University law student joins Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione’s Ann Arbor office as summer associate

ANN ARBOR – July 2, 2013 – Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the U.S., announces Briana Emerson has joined the firm’s Ann Arbor office as a summer associate. In the position, Emerson assists with researching various patent issues, conducting prior art and patentability searches, preparing internet agreements and drafting letters regarding patent and trademark office actions.

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MedNetOne Health Solutions receives grant from the Michigan Public Health Institute to increase referrals to National Diabetes Prevention Program sites in Michigan

ROCHESTER, Michigan – July 1, 2013- MedNetOne Health Solutions, a Michigan-based health care management organization serving the infrastructure and clinical support needs of primary and specialty care private practice physicians and behavioral health specialists, is pleased to announce it is the recipient of a grant from the Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI).

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This week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on supervisors has far reaching implications for employers

Detroit, Michigan – June 28, 2013 –This week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision defining supervisors under Title VII as only those with the ability to take tangible actions against employees (Vance v. Ball State University) will have far ranging implications for employers, according to Patricia Nemeth, an attorney with Detroit-based employment law firm Nemeth Burwell, P.C. Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin.

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