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Labor and Employment Law in Michigan: 2020 Challenges and Beyond
Virtual Event Date:
October 28, 2020

Virtual Event Time:
11:00 AM EST

Between new employer testing and safety requirements, ongoing changes in unemployment benefits and medical leave policies, and racial/gender discrimination in the spotlight, being an employer in Michigan has never been more confusing or complex. And for labor and employment legal professionals, there’s never been a busier season.

Join our expert panel of three leading Michigan labor and employment attorneys as they discuss industry trends and challenges surfacing in Michigan, along with their advice for the legal industry addressing these same issues. Whether you’re an experienced labor and employment practitioner or brand new to the practice area, insights from our panelists will surely help you navigate these tumultuous times.

We hope to see you there!

Speakers:
John Koryto
Member at Miller Johnson
A law practitioner since 1992, John has concentrated his legal representation on the areas of immigration law and employment law. In the area of employment law, John counsels employers on a variety of issues, from employment contracts to harassment claims, and wrongful discharge claims to employer eligibility.
Mark Knoth
Member at Kerr Russell
With over 20 years of experience, Mark chairs the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group and advises business professionals on a wide range of workplace issues from civil rights and anti-discrimination laws to veteran issues and union organizing. Mark’s broad range of experience also includes traditional labor relations matters such as negotiating collective bargaining agreements and contract interpretation grievances in labor arbitration.
Richard Warren
Principal and Group Leader at Miller Canfield
Richard defends employers facing all types of wrongful discharge lawsuits, including discrimination, retaliation and harassment claims filed by employees. He also has a wealth of experience handling non-competition litigation and defending employers faced with complex and class action cases, including age discrimination, race discrimination and retiree health benefit claims.
Kate Bally
Director of Thomson Reuters Practical Law's Labor and Employment Service
Kate joined Practical Law from Littler Mendelson P.C., where she worked as an associate in the employment group. Previously she was also an associate at Day Pitney LLP and a law clerk to the Honorable Stefan R. Underhill. Kate is codirector of Practical Law's Labor & Employment Service.
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