Clark Hill Attorney Thomas Hathaway Receives 2013 Richard Hathaway Distinguished Lawyer Award Presented by the Shamrock Bar Association
— Clark Hill Attorney Thomas M. J. Hathaway was honored by the Shamrock Bar Association with the 2013 Richard Hathaway Distinguished lawyer award during the April 16 meeting. The Shamrock Bar Association is composed of judges and lawyers from Detroit Catholic Central High School, where Hathaway graduated.
Hathaway is a member of Clark Hill PLC’s Labor and Employment Group, and is resident in the firm’s Detroit office. He counsels clients on all aspects of management public and private sector management, and executives in personnel and labor issues 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.
Nationally known as a premier lawyer displaying “superb skills and an excellent trial demeanor” (“Chambers USA: Leading Lawyers for Business”), Hathaway has also been named a Super Lawyer by
Law & Politics
Magazine and is also nationally ranked by the Best Lawyers in America. An active community supporter, he is a board member and former chair of Life Directions, which works with at risk youth and young adults.
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