Gasiorek, Morgan, Greco, McCauley & Kotzian, P.C.
- Human Resource Services
- Legal Services
Labor & Employment lawyers, and Municipal Law lawyers. We are trial lawyers who litigate issues in state and federal courts, administrative agencies, arbitrations, mediations, and before legislative boards, commissions and committees. We represent clients ? employees, employers, individual businesses and governmental entities - as their advocates. We also advise & counsel employee clients on non-litigation matters, such as the negotiation and drafting of employment contracts, responding to unfair disciplinary action or unlawful discrimination based on age, gender, sex, race, religion, national origin, disability. We advise employer clients on workforce management issues, including discipline or termination decisions, responding to employee complaints, implementing or revising personnel policies, or enforcing a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement. As Municipal lawyers, we assist governmental clients with ordinance drafting and enforcement, prosecutions, business development and land use, collective bargaining and enforcement of labor contracts, and employee discipline hearings. We also advise individuals and businesses while navigating through municipal departments and bureaucracies, with zoning, ordinance enforcement and business development issues. Our lawyers who serve as district court prosecutors are also perfectly experienced to assist individuals facing criminal citations in other communities, ranging from Minor-In-Possession citations, alcohol-related and other traffic citations, to nuisance and misdemeanor prosecutions.
- Novi Labor & Employment Lawyers
- Farmington Hills Employment Attorneys
- Detroit-area wrongful discharge, employment discrimination lawyers
- Michigan Labor & Employment Lawyers
- Michigan wrongful discharge, employment discrimination lawyers
Whom to Contact
- Donald Gasiorek
- David Greco
- Patrick B. McCauley
- Sam Morgan
East side of Northwestern Highway (NW-bound side of road), between Inkster and 13 Mile Roads. Two miles northwest of access to the Lodge Freeway (M-10) and Ruether Freeway (I-696).