Farmington Hills, MI
Since 1996, practice has been evenly split between employment law and traditional labor-management relations. Practicing in litigation, arbitration, mediation, wrongful discharge, defamation, employment discrimination, retaliation, wage, and hour, tortious interference, independent contractor status; successor employer; non-compete agreements, enforcement of severance agreements, enforcement of executive compensation, enforcement of commissions and bonuses, and trade secrecy cases throughout Michigan and Ohio. Handled hundreds of collection matters for creditors and debors. Drafted business contracts for purchases. Counseled public and private sector employers and employees on all matters and has written hundreds of employment agreements, employee handbooks, social media policies and other employment policies. Conducted numerous investigations of sexual, racial or ethnic harassment, workplace violence, employee embezzlement, violation of social media policies and violation of drug or alcohol policies. Holds certification from the State of Michigan which includes advanced training as a facilitator.