Executive Order 2020-21 creates unique issues for local governments, including identifying critical infrastructure employees, deciding what is needed to conduct minimum basic operations, dealing with labor and employment issues, and conducting essential functions like approving the budget and operating the building department for necessary functions. We are writing to let you know that Mika Meyers’ local government attorneys remain on the job to support you and your organization through these uncertain times.
As Michigan takes the next steps to stop the spread of COVID-19, know that our attorneys, paralegals and staff are working remotely and are available to you via phone, text, fax or email. Just like any time before, contact us and we will assist. The firm has invested in all the tools needed for our team to continue serving you without missing a beat. Mika Meyers’ Management Committee and attorneys are monitoring daily all the many changes prompted by COVID-19. You can sign up to receive alerts as they become available by sending your email to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can sign up on the firm’s website: mikameyers.com. Also, all updates will be posted on our website and on our social media platforms.
This is new to everyone, and understandably there is a lot of “one size fits all” and sometimes conflicting advice on the Internet and public media. It is especially important that you get practical legal advice from an attorney who knows and understands your unique community and operations. Mika Meyers’ local government practice group attorneys are committed to answering your questions and to providing the solutions you need now. The firm is committed to doing our part to stop the spread of the virus. Please stay safe and healthy.
Local Government Practice Group