Labor & Employment Attorney Christopher Trebilcock Joins Clark Hill's Detroit Office
DETROIT, MI – Distinguished attorney Christopher M. Trebilcock has joined Clark Hill’s Detroit office as a Member in the Labor & Employment Practice Group.
“Chris brings significant litigation experience and a consummate devotion to employment and labor relations. We are thrilled to welcome him to the team,” said Daniel J. Bretz, Co-Chair of Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Law Practice Group
“The proactive care Chris provides to his clients parallels Clark Hill’s commitment to client-centered solutions,” said Paul W. Boehms, Practice Group Director, Labor & Employment. “We believe his clients will benefit from our full-service approach as well as our legal and HR resources.”
Trebilcock has experience in issues arising under the FLSA and represents employers in overtime litigation, wage and hour investigations and collective actions. Trebilcock brings a wealth of traditional labor experience along with years of litigation practice in defending discrimination and wrongful discharge claims under state and federal law. Trebilcock routinely litigates grievance arbitrations, appears before the NLRB and MERC, and acts as the Chief spokesperson in collective bargaining negotiations. He also provides counsel on labor relations and CBA administration.
Trebilcock received his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law and is admitted to the bar of Michigan. He previously worked in the U.S. Department of Labor, National office.
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