Clark Hill PLC Named a 2012 Go-To Law Firm® in Labor & Employment Law for the Top 500 Companies by American Lawyer Media
– American Lawyer Media (ALM) recognized Clark Hill PLC as one of only 265 firms nationwide to be named a 2012 Go-To Law Firm® for the Top 500 Companies in the area of labor and employment law. Go-To Law Firms® are selected each year by the general counsel of the nation’s top 500 companies based off the level of work performed for their organizations in a specific practice area.
“It is an honor to be ranked among the top law firms for labor and employment law,” said Clark Hill Member and Labor & Employment Practice Group leader Thomas P. Brady. “Our clients are our main concern and ensuring they receive the level of service and expertise they deserve is our attorneys chief goal. Being named a Go-To Law Firm® is proof that we’re not only meeting – but exceeding – those needs, and we will continue to do so.”
Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Practice Group has more than 35 labor and employment attorneys who represent management in all aspects of labor and employment law. Members of the Labor & Employment Practice Group consistently deliver exemplary work to clients, evidenced by the ALM’s recognition as a Go-To Law Firm®, in addition to being ranked by
Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America
gave the firm’s Labor and Employment – Management group a Tier 1 rating,
Michigan Super Lawyers
, and Martindale-Hubbell “AV” ratings (the highest rating available). For more information on Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Practice group visit
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