- April 13, 2020April 15 free webinar focuses on COVID-19 CARES Act Supporting Federal Contractors: A Guide for the Small Business Industrial Base
DETROIT, Mich. – Small business contractors across the U.S. grapple with unique concerns from the upheaval caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, and is threatening supply chains and the defense industrial base.April 9, 2020Butzel Long attorney Thomas Radom quoted in the Detroit Free Press article, “New hope for Art Van customers who paid, but didn’t get merchandise.”
Art Van Furniture's Facebook page is overflowing with complaints from customers who claim they paid for merchandise during last month's going-out-of-business sale, but never received it once the bankrupt retailer closed its stores weeks early because of the coronavirus pandemic.April 7, 2020
NCMS is assisting the DOD Joint Acquisition Task Force (JATF) in a just-announced request for proposals in the on-going effort to address the COVID-19 crisis. NCMS is reaching out to you to see if your company is interested in responding to this request as part of the comprehensive package that NCMS will submit to the JATF.March 30, 2020Butzel Long hosts free webinar on March 31 focused on The CARES Act: What Small and Mid-Sized Businesses Need to Know
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long is hosting a free webinar from 1-2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 on The CARES Act: What Small and Mid-Sized Businesses Need to Know.March 30, 2020Butzel Long hosts free webinar on March 31 – COVID-19 and the impact of Employment on Foreign Nationals
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long is hosting a free webinar from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 on a “Response to the Spread of COVID-19: The Impact on Employment of Foreign Nationals.March 28, 2020Butzel Long attorney Sheldon Klein quoted in the Automotive News on auto suppliers aiding medical push
Suppliers are scrambling to evaluate what tooling, worker retraining and quality control
assurance they need to start producing medical items quickly.March 27, 2020Butzel Long attorney Rebecca Davies quoted in SHRM article, "State and Local Coronavirus Decrees Raise Questions of Who Is Essential"
At least 28 states and dozens of cities and counties have ordered nonessential businesses to close or curtail operations to fight the spread of the coronavirus, and the number is growing almost daily.March 25, 2020Butzel Long hosts free webinar on March 26 focused on Executive Orders on COVID-19: What Health Care Providers Need to Know
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long is hosting a complimentary webinar from 9-10:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2020 on the Executive Orders on the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential effect on the business operations of health care providers.March 24, 2020Automotive Industry Outlook and Workforce Issues as Coronavirus Impact Escalates is the focus of a free webinar on March 26 hosted by Butzel Long
DETROIT, Mich. – As “Social Distancing” initiatives expand, relevant information is crucial to help businesses navigate during these turbulent times.March 23, 2020Butzel Long hosts free webinar on March 25 focused on Practical and Legal Aspects of Restructuring Strategies in a Financial Crisis
DETROIT, Mich. – Business owners face difficult decisions regarding their options to fulfill requirements to employees, customers, banks, landlords, vendors, etcMarch 23, 2020Butzel Long hosts free webinar on March 25 – An Employer’s Guide to the New Families First Coronavirus Response Act
DETROIT, Mich. – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act will help many American families dealing with the impact by providing increased funding for food, Medicaid, unemployment assistance, and coverage for testing.March 23, 2020
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long has assembled a team to operate immediately to answer urgent client questions regarding Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-21.March 20, 2020Reductions in Force, Rightsizing and Cost Savings during Coronavirus Crisis are focus of a free Butzel Long March 24 webinar
DETROIT, Mich. – With the American economy rapidly closing for business, employers must grapple with how to manage their workforce, save costs, and protect their most valuable assets.March 20, 2020Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski quoted in Politico article, "Detroit won’t save us from a ventilator shortage anytime soon"
Automakers are offering up their factories to help solve the shortage of ventilators needed to treat an expected crush of coronavirus patients, but production likely won't begin for months — too late to help ease the immediate need.March 19, 2020Butzel Long attorneys discuss Legal Effects on the Automotive Supply Chain during free March 20 webinar
DETROIT, Mich. – Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler announced the suspension
of North American operations through (at least) March 30.March 19, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan law firms have assembled multidisciplinary teams and created resource centers to advise and update clients on overcoming business challenges, and legal and operational planning.March 17, 2020Butzel Long attorney Rebecca Davies quoted in Crain's Detroit Business article, "Coronavirus questions: Can employers take a worker’s temperature?"
The coronavirus outbreak has upended workplaces where employees work alongside each other every day, sometimes fighting coughs and colds.March 16, 2020DBusiness Magazine publishes blog "Employers – Frequent Communication With Employees is Key During Pandemic" written by Butzel Long attorney Rebecca Davies
Pandemic preparation is nothing new for employers.March 13, 2020Jump to PageButzel Long launches online Coronavirus Resource Center to serve clients navigating COVID-19 and business impact
DETROIT, Mich. – Information is critical for businesses as they navigate the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.March 10, 2020Butzel Long attorney Thomas Radom quoted in the Detroit Free Press article, "Art Van Furniture files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, could still face liquidation"
Art Van Furniture filed for bankruptcy Sunday night, just days after the metro Detroit-based furniture and mattress retailer's stunning announcement that it plans to close and liquidate all company-owned stores.Page: