What We Do

Regardless of what your requirements are, the Masud Labor Law Group can accommodate you with our specialized expertise and extensive experience. Our counsel and representation are always practical and thorough, allowing you to manage your business as effectively as possible. Our commitment to clients consists of:

  • Proactively assisting in preparing policies, strategies and agreements, and in avoiding problems
  • Keeping clients apprised of, and in compliance with, new and changing laws and legislative developments on the state and federal levels
  • Allowing clients to concentrate on core responsibilities

Traditional Labor Relations

An employer’s non-union status, including the right to deal directly with employees without third-party interference, is a company asset that deserves protection. Avoiding unions and winning elections are particularly delicate and complex …

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Employment Law

More than ever, today’s business environment poses potential hazards for employers. We have the specialized training to guide you through the maze of constantly changing state and federal employment laws, and to ensure your compliance. When you …

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Employer Defense Litigation

In today’s litigious society, no matter how much you prepare, nearly anyone can file a claim against you with a court or administrative agency. If you find yourself confronted with a labor or employment claim, you need a firm with particular focus …

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Workers’ Compensation

Effectively dealing with workers' compensation claims demands knowledge of the law, experience in the process, and an aggressive, thorough approach to resolving cases in the client's best interest. Our experts will help you avoid and minimize …

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The Masud firm has been a valuable resource to us. We've turned to them many times for input on the fine points of labor relations law and strategy, and they've consistently given us excellent advice. They really understand the big picture of how labor law affects both public and private employers and their relationship with employees. – Paul Kersey Senior Labor Policy Analyst Mackinac Center for Public Policy

Industry Experience

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