Clark Hill Attorney Stephanie Clifford Elected to Accounting Aid Society’s Board of Directors
– Stephanie Clifford was appointed by the Accounting Aid Society to its Board of Directors. Ms. Clifford has been elected to a three year term.
The Accounting Aid Society as been serving the community since 1972 as a non-profit organization. The organization provides guidance to Detroit families in the area of tax. For more information visit
Stephanie J. Clifford
is a Senior Attorney with the Labor and Employment Practice Group of Clark Hill’s Detroit office. Her practice focuses on employment litigation involving state and federal claims of harassment, retaliation, sex, race, national origin, religious, and disability discrimination, as well as ERISA, and FMLA claims. Ms. Clifford has also helped a number of employers create and revise employment handbooks and policies. She also advises employers of Family and Medical Leave compliance issues as well as general advice regarding employment law. Ms. Clifford also has experience defending employers in litigation under Michigan’s Sales Representative Commissions Act. Ms. Clifford has lectured on numerous employment law topics including personnel recordkeeping, preventing violence in the workplace, social security number privacy, background checks and the FMLA.
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