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Doug Crim Presents at Annual ICLE Conference on COVID Returning to Work Issues

Doug Crim presented at the annual Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) Conference in April. Doug participated in the program: “Returning to Work: Dealing with Reluctant Employees and Safety Issues.” Doug participated in the program wit… Read More
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MIOSHA Seeks To Appeal Case Against Amish Family to Michigan Court of Appeals

MIOSHA Seeks To Appeal Case Against Amish Family to Michigan Court of Appeals In 2018 Crim PLC, undertook pro bono representation of the Yoder Family Farm in an appeal of MIOSHA citations and penalties. The incident that gave rise to the MIOSHA citat… Read More
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Michigan Employers Face Vigorous Enforcement of COVID-19 Rules

State Agencies to Vigorously Enforce COVID-19 Exposure Control Rules on Employers Governor’s Executive Order No. 2020-91 (May 18, 2020) “Safeguards to protect Michigan’s workers from COVID-19” On May 18, 2020, Governor Whitmer issued Executiv… Read More
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Recent OSHA & MIOSHA Actions Relating to COVID-19

Recent OSHA & MIOSHA Actions Relating to COVID-19 Anthony M. Casaletta* As the world fights to control the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, employers are forced to deal with new and unprecedent workplace health and safety issues. Employers… Read More
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CITATIONS AGAINST LITTLE CAESARS ARENA CONTRACTORS DISMISSED

Crim PLC represented four contractors to whom MIOSHA issued fall protection Citations arising from their work on the Little Caesar Arena project where the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons now play. MIOSHA dismissed all of the alleged violations… Read More
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Doug Crim Recognized by Best Lawyers in America

Doug Crim was recently selected by his peers for recognition in the 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in: • Administrative / Regulatory Law & Litigation Based on extremely high feedback received from his peers, Best Law… Read More
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MIOSHA “Inadequate” Training Citation Vacated by State Circuit Court

Doug Crim recently represented an employer in a MIOSHA citation administrative appeal and, ultimately, an appeal to the Ingham County Circuit Court. The case involved a fatality at a steel products warehouse. A load of steel being transported and loa… Read More
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