Death is a serious matter. This is especially true when one is operating a cemetery business. However, this means the company's clients take this matter seriously as well, which could lead to possible business litigation lawsuits and contract disputes if there is a mistake made at the cemetery. One woman decided to sue a cemetery in Michigan after it made a mistake regarding the burial of her parents.
When two companies collaborate in business together, they usually will operate under some form of written agreement. One of the most common types of business contracts in Michigan and elsewhere is a provider or service agreement. However, like any other type of understanding, these written agreements can be vulnerable to contract disputes . This is what is happening with Northwest Health System (NHS) and Blue Cross & Blue Shield (BCBS).
Ultimately, in order for a large corporation to be successful, they need to make their employees happy. Unfortunately, this is sometimes easier said than done. Often, there are a number of contract disputes that can arise between employers and employees. This seems to be the case in Michigan with the American Red Cross blood collection workers.
Oakland County readers learned this week that the governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder, has elected to appeal the ruling of a U.S. District Court judge. This ruling found that a state law banning government entities from mandating project labor agreements for state-financed building projects is unconstitutional.