The Michigan Supreme Court, in a divided opinion, recently invalidated Michigan’s Emergency Powers of Governor Act of 1945, MCL 10.31 et seq. This was the statute under which Governor Whitmer issued a number of COVID-19 executive orders. Those orders, therefore, will now be void by the end of
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It’s Back to Business, but not as Usual for Some Michigan Employers Navigating New Coronavirus Workplace Rules
By Jason Shinn on
Posted in Virus / Outbreak Response
May 7, 2020, marks the re-opening in Michigan of the construction industry and other business segments from a broad stay-in-place order. Specifically, Governor Whitmer has begun to relax her prior stay-in-place order, allowing the resumption of some types of work.
Such work is expected to present a lower risk of infection and spread as Michigan…