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FSBR Attorney Presents at Property Tax Appeals Seminar

December 06 2011

FSBR attorney Ross Bower recently spoke at the "Property Tax Appeals" Sterling Education Services seminar in Southfield, Michigan.  Ross presente...

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FSBR Lawyers Judge Statewide Middle School Debate Competition

November 22 2011

FSBR lawyers Helen "Lizzie" Mills and Ross Bower recently served as judges for the Michigan Youth in Government competition at Cooley Law School. ...

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Fahey Schultz Firm is First Tier Best Law Firm

October 13 2011

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC has been ranked by the U.S. News - Best Law Firms as a First Tier firm in eight practice areas for 2011 - 2012. ...

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Burzych Appointed to Committee

October 11 2011

Mark J. Burzych, a founding partner of the Okemos-based law frim Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, has been selected to serve on the Office of Regulat...

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FSBR Members are "Best in America"

October 11 2011

Three members of the Okemos-based law firm of Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, have been selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of the national p...

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U.S News Names Schultz Employment Lawyer of the Year

October 11 2011

Best Laywers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named Stephen O. Schultz as the Lansing-area's 2012 "...

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Burzych and Schultz to Present at Upcoming Michigan Restaurant Show

October 11 2011

Mark Burzych will present a seminar entitled "How to Design Your Brand For Franchise Success" to the Michigan Restaurant Association at the Michigan R...

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Breaking News: New State Law Limits Employer Contributions to Public Employee Health Insurance

September 30 2011

Governor Snyder is expected to sign a new law that will limit public employer contributions to employee health insurance, effective January 1, 2012. This law will apply to all public libraries in the state. The “Publicly Funded Health Insurance Contribution Act” provides two mechanisms that limit employer contributions to healthcare: a “hard cap” and an optional “80/20” plan. The Act applies to “medical benefit plans” that provide payment of medical benefits, including, but not limited to, hospital and physician services, prescription drugs, and related benefits. Unlike an earlier version of the bill that eventually became this law, the Act does not apply to dental or vision care plans.

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Steve Schultz to Co-Facilitate Intergovernmental Cooperation Workshop

August 15 2011

On August 18, 2011, FSBR attorney Steve Schultz, together with well known municipal consultant, Lew Bender, Ph.D., will facilitate a full-day workshop...

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Steve Schultz to Present at MATS Educational Conference

August 15 2011

Steve Schultz will be one of five speakers addressing the upcoming 2011 Fall Education Conference of the Michigan Association of Township Supervisors ...

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