IndividualS & FAMILIES
The coronavirus is impacting families and individuals in addition to businesses. KJK’s Private Client Services team is watching developments nationwide to ensure that individuals are kept informed about their rights and how they can protect their families during these unprecedented times.
By Rob Gilmore & Kirsten Mooney As you have probably seen, the news is swarming with reports of a potential COVID-19 vaccine. While the "whens," "whos," and "what-ifs" of the vaccine are still largely unknown, one thing the majority of outlets can agree on is...
By Susan Stone & Kristina Supler The late 19th Century American novelist E.W. Howe once remarked: “[t]o be an ideal guest, stay at home.” How completely prophetic! Ironically, E.W. Howe’s life coincided with the Spanish flu epidemic. However, this quote likely...
By Jon Groza & Kyle Stroup As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country in the spring, consumer demand shifted. While grocery store shelves became barren, consumers looked to e-commerce marketplaces to purchase essential items such as personal protective equipment,...
By Samir Dahman Last Friday, the Michigan Supreme Court voted 4-3, along partisan lines, that Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are effectively invalid. You can read the full 107 page opinion here. Summary The...
Susan Stone & Kristina Supler Remember when you couldn’t contain your excitement over sharing plans for your upcoming vacation with coworkers and friends? Or the thrill of posting travel highlights on social media – and making everyone a little jealous? Adios,...
By Susan Stone & Kristina Supler Ah, predictions. This past May and June, the Student & Athlete Defense group wrote a blog and recorded a podcast about how colleges will implement and enforce social distancing rules. Fast forward, we’re here. Just this week,...
By Scott Norcross & Demetrius Robinson Last week, after Congress couldn’t reach an agreement on a Phase 4 “stimulus” bill, President Trump took matters into his own hands by executive action on Saturday. The executive actions included the extension of federal...
By Mark Rasch In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, companies are rightly concerned about their ability to operate effectively. For in-person businesses, mask-wearing and social distancing are mandatory. For remote working, we have a combination of BYOD...
By Alan Rauss & Alexis Preskar Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine made masks mandatory starting Thursday, July 23 at 6 p.m., ending the speculation of when, if ever, the state would require face coverings. Cities, counties and even retailers have been requiring masks as...
By Cary Zimmerman We’re now many months into the COVID-19 pandemic and the fate of the U.S. economy remains largely uncertain, with unemployment remaining in double digits and many businesses still struggling to survive. The federal government is expected to formulate...
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