Chamber News & Blog

March 26, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation to bring corporate officer liability for LLP’s into line with that of LLC’s was introduced and passed out of the Senate and House committee unanimously last week. Senate Bill 841 (Brandenburg) awaits a vote in the full House where it will then be sent to the Governor.
March 26, 2018
Article type: News
Several Chamber-backed tax bills advanced through the legislative process last week.
March 26, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation intended to address the atrocities and aftermath of the Larry Nassar situation was passed by the Senate earlier this month.
March 26, 2018
Article type: News
In recent years, asbestos litigation has become riddled with unethical legal practices employed by bad acting personal injury attorneys looking to pad their wallets.
March 23, 2018
Article type: News
The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsement of Justices Kurtis Wilder and Elizabeth Clement for re-election to the Michigan Supreme Court.
March 22, 2018
Article type: News
The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today endorsed Attorney General Bill Schuette for Governor.
March 12, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation championed by the Michigan Chamber passed the State House last week and is on its ways to the Governor to prohibit local units of government from passing laws to restrict what private sector employers can ask in the interview process.
March 12, 2018
Article type: News
The Senate Energy & Telecommunications Committee last week reported out Senate Bill 637
March 12, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation that would allow for a purchaser to directly apply for a sales/use tax refund from the Michigan Department of Treasury is expected to be reported from the House Tax Policy Committee this week.
March 12, 2018
Article type: News
The House Natural Resources Committee recently heard testimony on HB 5638, which would make changes to how the DEQ handles a site-specific review under Michigan’s water withdrawal assessment tool.
March 7, 2018
Article type: Blog
When a worker decides to commit workplace fraud, it can generally be explained with the Fraud Triangle.
February 26, 2018
Article type: News
Two Chamber-backed bills - HBs 5260 and 5261 - were introduced in the State House last week that would allow for a purchaser to directly apply for a sales/use tax refund from the Michigan Department of Treasury.