In recent weeks
In recent weeks

there has been an undeniably overdue national and even global call for change in how the issues of racial injustice, bias, and privilege are addressed. Important, difficult conversations are happening, and the time is now for all of us to change the way our society perceives and treats people of color. Change cannot be limited to just the way we think about these issues; meaningful change will only come through our actions...to continue reading

Coronavirus brings new legal issues - Let Foster Swift Task Force help you comply with the law and minimize your risk.
Coronavirus brings new legal issues - Let Foster Swift Task Force help you comply with the law and minimize your risk.
What the New Michigan No-Fault Laws Mean for Employees Injured in Employer-Owned Vehicles
What the New Michigan No-Fault Laws Mean for Employees Injured in Employer-Owned Vehicles

On May 30, 2019, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill that dramatically reformed the No Fault Act. The legislation made sweeping changes to laws that had existed for decades. The reforms may raise questions for employees driving vehicles owned by their employers. Here are answers to some of the questions you may have.

Birach Voted into SBM Section
Birach Voted into SBM Section

Foster Swift Workers’ Compensation attorney, Alicia W. Birach, was voted into the State Bar of Michigan’s (SBM) Workers’ Compensation Law Section unanimously by the section’s plaintiff and defense leaders.