Foster Swift Addresses Changes Coming for Employers in 2022

Southfield, Mich. — With questions still lingering about what Labor and Employment issues that employers need to focus on in 2022 and to update busy HR professionals and business decision-makers, Foster Swift Collins & Smith invites you to attend the Spring 2022 Labor & Employment Law Update on Thursday, March 10.

With the rise in COVID cases, many are still unsure or uncomfortable about gathering in groups so to accommodate all preferences, this will be a hybrid event with attendees being able to attend both in-person and virtually over Zoom simultaneously.

Session Information:
• Cost: Free
• When: Thursday, March 10, 2022 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
• Where: 313 S. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48933 (Hub space – lower level)
• Parking is located behind the building on S. Grand Avenue (Do not park in Wolverine Parking Co. lot next door). See the lobby receptionist for a gate token to leave the parking lot when finished.
• Registration: For those that wish to attend in person, please RSVP by contacting Jake Leuvoy at or (517) 371-8125 no later than Monday, March 7.
• For those that wish to participate virtually, please use this registration link:

For individuals attending “live”, registration in the Hub will begin at 8:30 am with refreshments provided. The formal program will end at 12:00 pm. However, for those that have further questions and would like to join our presenters for a light lunch and Q & A, we will provide lunches for those that RSVP.

Among the discussions included in the agenda are:
• COVID-19 Updates and Vaccination Mandates:
o CMS Rule
o Voluntary Mandates
o Exemptions
o Unemployment
• Non-compete and No-poaching Agreements; Are they Legal or Enforceable?
• How does the Corporate Transparency Act of 2021 affect Employers?
• Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Update:
o New minimum wage, overtime and tip credit laws effective 01/01/2022;
o Gig Economy: Are your employees classified and paid properly?
• Employee Handbook Essentials and Necessary Updates.

Nemeth Law to present annual labor and employment update on Jan. 14

Detroit, Mich. —Dec. 22, 2014— Nemeth Law, P.C., a Detroit-based labor and employment law firm, is presenting its annual labor and employment law update on Jan. 14 at the Detroit Marriott Troy. Founding partner Patricia Nemeth says 2014 was a roller coaster year for Michigan employers who saw the law flip flop on a variety of fronts.

“Employers were perplexed in 2014 on issues such as when they might be required to permit employees to work from home; when they might be required to provide accommodation for pregnant employees; and when they might be required to recognize the marriages of their employees, ” Nemeth said. “As 2014 ends and 2015 begins, much of the law remains unsettled and employers need to understand how their employment practices may be impacted over the coming year.”

The attorneys of Nemeth Law, P.C. will discuss a variety of topics at the 2015 Labor and Employment Law update, including:

• Same sex marriage as recognized under both federal and state law
• Defining what reasonable accommodation is, specifically related to working from home and EEOC updates
• Understanding recent changes to overtime exemptions under new wage and hour laws
• Workers compensation and the status of Michigan’s ‘independent contractor exemption’
• Unemployment compensation and issues impacting entitlement to benefits
• Focus areas of the NLRB
• OSHA’s referral program

The Labor and Employment Law update will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 14 at the Detroit Marriott Troy, 200 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy 48084. The event is being offered in two sessions: Employment Law at 9 to 11:30 a.m. and Labor Law at 1 to 3:30 p.m. Each session will have a fifteen minute break and registration opens 30 minutes prior to the start time. The cost of the event is $75 for one session or $125 for both and pre-registration is required. To register, e-mail Pamela Perkowski at or call 313.567.5921.

About Nemeth Law, P.C.
Nemeth Law specializes in employment litigation, traditional labor law, mediation and arbitration and management consultation for private and public sector employers. It is the largest woman-owned law firm in Michigan to exclusively represent management in the prevention, resolution and litigation of labor and employment disputes.