Twenty-Three Clark Hill Attorneys named DBusiness Top Lawyers for 2014
– Twenty-Three Clark Hill attorneys from the firm’s Detroit and Birmingham offices are included on DBusiness magazine’s 2014 Top Lawyers list. More than 21,000 attorneys in Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Washtenaw and Livingston counties were polled in 51 specialized practice areas to create the list. Below are the Clark Hill attorneys recognized in the current November/December issue.
Joel D. Applebaum – Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights
Thomas E. F. Fabbri – Trusts and Estates
Kristi R. Gauthier – Employee Benefits Law
Robert D. Gordon – Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights
Edward C. Hammond – Employee Benefits Law
Daniel H. Minkus – Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law
Robert L. Schwartz – Health Care Law, Public Finance Law
Thomas F. Sweeney –Trusts and Estates
Anne-Marie V. Welch – Labor & Employment Law
Jay M. Berger – Construction Litigation
Joseph A. Bonventre – Trusts and Estates
Thomas P. Brady –Labor and Employment Law
James E. Brenner – Appellate Law
Daniel J. Bretz – Employee Benefits Law, Labor and Employment Law
Martin E. Crandall – White-Collar Criminal Defense
Maria F. Dwyer – Food and Beverage Law
Jennifer K. Green – Commercial Litigation
Kevin S. Hendrick – Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction Law, Construction Litigation
John J. Hern, Jr. – Corporate Law
Michael P. Nowlan – Immigration Law
Jeffrey A. Steele – Labor and Employment Law
Duane L. Tarnacki – Nonprofit/Charities Law
Reginald M. Turner – Municipal Law
To see the full list of 2014 Top Lawyers, visit www.dbusiness.com.
Tea & Tidbits: Benefits Strategies for Small Employers
June’s discussion will center around benefit strategies for start-ups or employers who are small and aren’t sure if they can offer benefits at all.
Clark Hill Adds Richard Tye and Matthew Lovell to Tax & Estate Planning Practice in San Antonio
Their practice will focus on comprehensive estate, tax, and business planning strategies constructed to maximize wealth accumulation for clients and their future generations.
EEOC Issues New LGBTQ+ Resources
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is observing LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, by releasing new resources to educate employers about the rights of applicants and workers to be free from sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.