Clark Hill Attorney and Former Attorney Representing the Detroit Board of Education Thomas M. J. Hathaway to present at Michigan State University College of Law Educational Equality Event
– Clark Hill attorney and former attorney representing the Detroit Board of Education Thomas M. J. Hathaway will discuss the litigation and its after effects of the Milliken v Bradley trial at the MSU College of Law, MSU College of Education and the University of Missouri School of Law presentation Pursuing the Dreams of Brown and the Civil Rights Act: A Living History of the Fight for Educational Equality on April 10 and 11.
Nationally known as a premier lawyer displaying “superb skills and an excellent trial demeanor” (“Chambers USA: Leading Lawyers for Business”) Thomas M.J. Hathaway is Of Counsel in Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Practice Group where he advises and litigates on all aspects of public and private sector management and executives in labor and business litigation, including employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, trade secret and non-compete matters and counseling on business and personnel matters. He is a member of the Digital Risk Management (DRM) Team, where he assists clients in e-discovery, internet and social media issues, litigation and policies, and digital records audit matters. Prior to joining Clark Hill, Thomas was a founding partner and President of Brady Hathaway Brady & Bretz, P.C. (1989) and a Partner of Riley & Roumell, P.C. (1972-1989).
Clark Hill Mexico City Grand Opening Reception
Celebrate our new Mexico City Office with a reception and educational event.
We will toast our new office space and location with a cocktails and small bites with Mexico and US-based colleagues and friends.
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Illinois has seen record sales for recreational marijuana, which hit $1.55 billion in 2022 alone. This figure reflects a 12% increase from the previous year.