Missouri Division of Employment Security Denies Previously Approved Unemployment Benefits

Attorney Michelle Faron was recently interviewed by Corinne Ruff of St. Louis Public Radio about the difficulties that Missourians are facing with respect to unemployment benefits associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Ruff’s article was published on St. Louis Public Radio’s website and later picked up by various news sources, including the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the Associated Press. […]

Our Firm Will Remain Open and Operate Remotely

In a time of uncertainty, McMichael, Logan, Schaeffer, & Gilpin is still fighting for you. COVID-19 has changed the world and created a new normal. Many businesses, including the Courts, are essentially closed, while others have employees working tirelessly day and night in order to keep the area functioning.  However, our law firm is still open and fighting for our clients. […]

Coronavirus and Your Job – the EEOC’s Published Guidelines on Pandemic Preparedness

COVID-19 is here.  Many Americans are in fear for their health.  The EEOC has published the below information that is helpful for individuals who have questions about the potential effect of COVID-19 on their jobs. The ADA, which protects applicants and employees from disability discrimination, is relevant to pandemic preparation in at least three major ways. First, the ADA regulates […]