Monthly Archives: October 2014

Aldi’s seemingly sketchy reason for employee’s termination not enough to show retaliation

State Bar of Michigan E-Journal #58000 Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished) Snider v. Aldi Inc. The court held that the plaintiff-employee failed to present documentary evidence sufficient to create a genuine issue of material fact as to whether the defendant-employer terminated her employment in retaliation for seeking benefits or exercising rights under the WDCA. She

Home Healthcare Company may be on the hook for failing to monitor decedent’s blood sugar- even though it was not in the contract!

State Bar of Michigan E-Journal Number #58027 Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished) Estate of Richard v. Compassionate Care Home Health Serv. The court held that the trial court erred in granting summary disposition for the defendant-in-home care provider in the plaintiff-estate’s negligence claim. Defendant was hired to provide in-home care for plaintiff’s decedent, including monitoring