Why You Need a Specialist

You need a specialist because the laws, rules, and regulations concerning labor and employment law are constantly expanding and becoming more intricate. What might seem like a minor mistake can sometimes result in enormous liability for a company. You need the advice and counsel of specialists in the area. When it comes to managing these complex and intricate laws, we have found that the key to success is simple - be prepared. As the only mid-Michigan law firm operating outside the major metropolitan areas of Michigan, we have dedicated ourselves to serving employers exclusively in matters of labor and employment law. Our assistance is provided to not only managers and human resources personnel, but also to in-house and outside counsel.  As specialists we can:

  • Provide practical and useful advice that you can use to make decisions and manage your business
  • Ensure that your organization’s HR systems, objectives and strategies are in compliance with the complex maze of labor and employment laws
  • Establish the optimum policies and procedures that will maximize your organization’s performance, improve its potential, and preserve management options
  • Protect your organization from, and defend it against, unions and claims under federal and state employment laws and regulations
  • Our specialized experts will help you stay on track, succeed in union negotiations and arbitration, and stay out of court. And if litigation can’t be avoided, we’ll defend you aggressively, with the kind of authority that only our experience can bring.

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When we faced the threat of closing our doors due to theft of trade secrets and unfair competition by a former employee, we reached out to Masud Labor Law Group. Their stunning victory in court crushed the opposition. Through their prompt and aggressive litigation strategy, Masud Labor Law Group saved our family business. – Darrell Komar President Alma Bolt Company

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  • Communications
  • Construction
  • Financial Institutions
  • Services
  • Transportation
  • Manufacturing/Industrial
  • Education
  • Public Entities
  • Insurance
  • Health Care