Although the two practice areas are separate and distinct, it is not uncommon for labor matters to involve employment claims and vice versa. We’re extremely familiar with proceedings before administrative agencies and labor arbitrators as well as litigation in state and federal trial courts, the Michigan Court of Appeals, Michigan Supreme Court, and U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Our clients include municipalities, governmental authorities, schools, unions, public corporations, private companies, and insurers. Representation across such a broad spectrum of the public and private sectors requires a strong base of experience, knowledge, and skill. We assist at all levels of potential claims, and take pride in anticipating and addressing issues before they become problems, and resolving problems before they turn into litigation.
Clients count on us to be accessible and willing to work with them at every step in a variety of labor and employment matters, including:
Michigan Employment Security Commission, Michigan Department of Civil Rights, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
McKay v SMART
Jackson v Dorsey Business Schools
Hollifield v McDonald’s Corporation
Employment and labor matters have the potential to spiral into extensive and extremely expensive litigated claims, and we pride ourselves on our economical yet aggressive approach. We begin each case with the end in mind, always focusing on both our clients’ needs and attainment of the best possible outcome.
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