Delta County, Michigan Employment Lawyers
Angela Walker practices in the areas of employment litigation and counseling. She is active in the disability community, and she is passionate about helping employees with disabilities enforce their rights with regard to ADA accommodations, FMLA leave, and employee benefits matters. She handles complex severance negotiations, and focuses on taking strategic legal action to protect her clients’ careers. Her other specialties include federal employee representation and representation of professionals in licensing disputes.
Oakland County, MI Employment Law Attorney. 28 years experience
1441 West Long Lake Rd.
Troy, MI 48098
Troy, MI 48098
Employment, Divorce, Family and Health Care
Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Marian Wangler Ratton, R.N., Esq. is a practicing attorney and registered nurse who has dedicated her career to the defense of healthcare professionals as well as practicing family law and estate planning. What makes Marian unique is that she has continuously practiced both nursing and law for over 25 years, sharing her time equally between both careers. Her combined knowledge and experience in law and nursing makes her ideally suited to represent, advise and educate nurses and health care professionals with legal issues relating to nursing, healthcare law and professional licensing. Since 1983 Marian has been a registered nurse working at...
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Joseph S. Hughes is 1993 graduate of the State University of New York School of Law. He has been actively practicing law since. He is licensed to practice in Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania. The practice is concenctrated in the area of immigration, sociala security disability, criminal defense, divorce and custody matters, insurance claims and personal taxation. I accept all major credits cards and we care also open to payment plans.
Giving legal counsel and advice is a difficult practice, governed by a web of intersecting federal and state legislation and subject to constant change. Whether you are looking at legal compliance, negotiating a contract or real estate deal, or having to fight an unreasonable claim or lawsuit, you have to balance legal rights and obligations with the knowledge that business and life must go on. That is why I consider every client my most important client and give clients easy access, fast response times, brief, practical, and easy to understand legal advice, and point out and help clients...
-Real estate: Residential and commercial landlord-tenant, land contracts, quiet title actions, trespass, mortgage lending and financing, real estate closings, title and insurance issues, licensing and compliance, boundary and property line disputes, adverse possession, foreclosures, evictions, and real estate tax appeals. Served as lead counsel of record for variety of clients, ranging from one of the nation's largest mortgage lenders, to small businesses, property management companies, real estate appraisers, churches, and individuals. -Fair Housing and Fair Lending: Lead counsel in numerous fair housing, fair lending and public accommodation claims, involving discrimination based on race, color, disability, sex, age, national origin,...
Carly has experience in many different types of litigation including employment discrimination, construction lien litigation, business litigation, and criminal defense. She enjoys assisting clients with whatever legal challenges they may be facing and is diligent in working toward the best solution for their needs no matter how difficult or unique their situations may be. Carly's skills include the ability to speak, read, and write in Spanish.
Handling employment and civil rights cases under (1) the Family & Medical Leave Act; (2) Title VII of the Civil Rights Act involving race discrimination, sex discrimination, sexual harassment, religious discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, etc. (3) the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; (4) the Michigan Whistleblower Protection Act; (5) the Fair Labor Standards Act; (6) Americans with Disabilities Act; (7) USERRA actions on behalf of the men and women of the U.S. military (active and reserves); (8) worker's compensation retaliation claims; and (9) much more.
A trial lawyer since 1984, Sam Morgan has focused his practice on employment rights and business disputes since 1990. Mr. Morgan's practice is primarily litigation, but it also includes providing advice and counsel to both individual employees and management-side clients seeking to resolve their disputes without litigation. Mr. Morgan pursues and defends against employment-related lawsuits, such as breach of employment contract and wrongful discharge claims, age discrimination, sexual harassment, race discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act, "Whistleblowers" and other unlawful retaliatory discharge claims, non-payment of wages, sales commissions and overtime pay,...
For more than 23 years Brian has been handling most any manner of legal challenge his client's business is likely to encounter as it grows and weathers the storms that will come. This includes forming the business/entity, buying and selling an on-going business, buying and selling commercial real estate, human resource issues, contracts, leases, and representing businesses before the Michigan Talent Agency (i.e. unemployment agency), Michigan Department of Treasury, Michigan Department of Licensing, and Regulation, the Internal Revenue Service and many others. Brian is especially experienced in handling shareholder or member litigation, matters involving the Michigan liquor control...
(269) 469-1446 11678 Red Arrow Highway
New Buffalo, MI 49117
New Buffalo, MI 49117
Barry Shoults is a graduate of Lapeer Public Schools. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan - Flint and then received in 1981 his Juris Doctorate from the Detroit College of Law, now the Law School at Michigan State University. He was admitted to the practice of law in Michigan Courts in 1981 and in Federal Court in 1984. He worked his way through college and law school at various jobs including selling building supplies for Church’s Lumber. He started his legal career working for Legal Services of Eastern Michigan in Flint which provided legal...
Heather Brooks-Szachta earned her Juris Doctorate in 1997 from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan. This came after earning her Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Michigan-Flint in 1992. She was licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan in 1997 and was admitted to Federal Court in 2005. Before coming to work at the Law Offices of Barry Shoults & Associates in 1999, and becoming partner in Shoults, Picard & Brooks, PLLC in 2010, she gained experience at the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office, the Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services Clinic, and a...
Oakland County, MI Employment Law Lawyer. 23 years experience
401 Old S. Woodward
Birmingham, MI 48009
Birmingham, MI 48009
Free ConsultationEmployment, Civil Rights, Criminal and White Collar Crime
David Nacht has tried over 2 dozen cases with his most recent victory in the spring of 2013 in federal court. His last civil jury award was in June 2012 in Muskegon County, Michigan in the case of Crosby v. Michigan Department of Corrections where he obtained a judgment of $390,000. Mr. Nacht, the firm founder, holds degrees from Harvard College ('87) and The University of Michigan Law School ('92), where he served as an editor of the Law Review. Mr. Nacht is AV rated by Martindale- Hubble, the highest rating for lawyers by lawyers, has been named a...
For nearly 20 years Jim Austin has been providing quality legal services, counseling and care to individual and business clients throughout Southeast Michigan with business, general civil, domestic and traffic matters. Jim practices regularly in Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw, Livingston, and Macomb County Circuit Courts. He has just opened a satellite office in Alden, Michigan to serve clients in Antrim, Grand Traverse, Charlevoix and Emmet Counties. He has argued cases before the Michigan Supreme Court, Michigan Court of Appeals, Federal District Courts and Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has represented truckers and trucking companies on traffic matters in District Courts throughout...
Kent County, MI Employment Law Lawyer.
990 Monroe Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Employment, Health Care and Personal Injury
A practicing lawyer for more than 30 years, Bradley Glazier has presented dozens of cases to judges, juries and arbitrators. He is a frequent speaker at employment litigation seminars. He has made presentations for the Council on Education in Management, the Michigan Association for Justice and the Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE), to name a few. He has been a contributing author to Michigan Chamber of Commerce publications and the quarterly newsletter published by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Michigan. Mr. Glazier has served as a faculty member for National Business Institute seminars...
Michael Z. Zavier PLC is a specialized practice, dedicated to providing victims of all types of personal injury, as well as employment and civil rights cases with dignified, personalized and professional legal representation. Without any advertising, the goal has been to build a thriving, highly successful practice by performing high quality work and developing an excellent reputation within the legal community and with clients. Nearly all of the firm's clients are referred by past or existing clients and by other attorneys and law firms.
The Law Office of Dean Elliott PLC has been providing excellent legal services to the people of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties for over 15 years. Our legal services include civil rights litigation, business services, commercial litigation, auto accidents, personal injury, criminal law and medical marijuana consulting. Call 248-251-0001 today to schedule an appointment or visit us at 201 East 4th St. in Royal Oak. We have the knowledge and experience to help you.
Ms. Bruch has extensive expertise and great success in Plaintiff Employment Law employee issues such as: non-compete agreements and severance packages, contracts, torts, constitutional claims, The Family and Medical Leave Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission representation; Discrimination for color, gender, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion and sexual orientation; harassment for color, national origin, race; sexual harassment including but not limited to adverse action and termination and retaliation; Michigan Department of Civil Rights representation; Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency representation and Michigan Whistleblowers’ Protection Act; questions relating to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act,...
Over 32 years of experience in the field of complex employment litigation and employment law matters, including sensitive employee-relations issues, personnel policies, FMLA questions, severance agreements and litigation of all types of employment-based claims.
Nicholas Roumel is a trial lawyer with over 30 years' experience in federal and state courts, and various administrative tribunals. He has an excellent record in jury and bench trials, administrative hearings, arbitrations, and appeals. Mr. Roumel currently focuses on employee rights, but his career experience in a University setting - as well as a public school board member - also make him uniquely qualified in all educational matters, students' rights and labor matters.
I am an attorney located in Kalamazoo Michigan. I practice in employment and labor law for employee clients. I also do general practice, family law, and constitutional law. At the moment, I am generally free to take consultations and new clients. I offer affordable hourly rates and low contigency fee percentages.