Mike is a member of the Firm’s Employer Services practice group. His practice focuses on representing employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation matters across Michigan. He has experience advising clients on various labor and employment law issues as well. Mike also has an interest in new technologies and their intersection with the law, particularly autonomous vehicles and drones.
Mike attended Wayne State University Law School as a Dean’s Scholar and served on the Board of the school’s Moot Court program. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan. Currently, he serves as an adjunct instructor of legal research at Oakland Community College.
Recent Blog Posts
Health Care Law Blog
- Deputy Director of LEO Issues New Emergency Rule Affecting Workers’ Compensation
- The Workers' Compensation Issues Raised by Coronavirus Pandemic and Michigan's Newly Promulgated Emergency Rules for "First Response Employees"
Michigan Workers' Comp Defense Blog
- COVID-19: Is It An Occupational Disease or Personal Injury – And Does It Really Even Matter?
- Court of Appeals Rules: Employee Fraud was Never a Condition for Recoupment Action
- COVID-19 Related Paid Leave Tax Credits Extended Into 2021
- Appeals Court Rejects Comp Benefits in ‘Special Mission’ Case
- Recent Michigan Supreme Court Decision Affects Workers' Comp COVID-19 Rebuttable Presumption
- Michigan Legislators Propose Amendment to Workers’ Compensation Law to Benefit Certain COVID-19 Positive Employees
- Michigan's Emergency Rules Give Personal Injury Presumption to "First Response Employees" with COVID-19
- Appeals Court: J-1 Visa Employee at MSU Ineligible for Workers' Compensation
- Updates to Workers' Compensation Issues Raised by Coronavirus and New Emergency Rules for "First Responders", Foster Swift Workers' Compensation Update E-blast, April 2, 2020
- Michigan's Emergency Rules Give Personal Injury Presumption to "First Response Employees" with COVID-19, Foster Swift Workers' Compensation Update E-blast, March 30, 2020
- Appeals Court: J-1 Visa Employee at MSU Ineligible for Workers' Compensation, Foster Swift Workers' Compensation Update, February 22, 2020
- What is a Good-Faith Job Search Effort? Michigan Legislature Considers New Bill, Foster Swift Workers' Compensation Update, January 4, 2020
- Michigan Considers a Statutory PTSD Presumption Among First Responders, Foster Swift Workers' Compensation Update, January 1, 2020
- Drone Registration Requirement: Here’s What You Need to Know, Foster Swift Agricultural Law News, October 22, 2018
News & Events
- Workers' Comp Update, Michigan Defense Trial Counsel (MDTC) Annual Meeting & Conference, June 18, 2020
- Workers' Compensation Issues in the Media, Business Insurance and Work Comp Central, October 9, 2020
- Workers’ Comp Defense Blog Provides Michigan Case and Legislative Updates, April 13, 2020
- Foster Swift Welcomes Four Attorneys, November 2, 2017