We represent employers on employment discrimination claims brought before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Michigan Department of Civil Rights, state courts, and federal courts. These include claims by employees of race, sex, and national original claims.
Recent Blog Posts
- Latest Trend in Executive Compensation: To Include Diversity & Inclusion or Not?
- Biden Administration Executive Orders Impacting Employment Law Issues
- EEOC Issues New Guidance on Religious Discrimination and Accommodation of Religious Beliefs
- U.S. Supreme Court Rules that Workplace Discrimination on the Bases of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity is Prohibited Under Title VII
- Part One: What You Need to Know Before Conducting a Workplace Investigation in Michigan
- Part One: Stay on the Right Side of the Law When Conducting Job Candidate Background Checks
- Conflict at Work: Is it Harassment or is it Bullying?
- Supervisor's One Time Use of Racial Slur may be Very Expensive
Publications & Alerts
- Consider Employee Arbitration Agreements to Avoid the Pitfalls of the Courtroom, Foster Swift Labor & Employment Law News, April 11, 2022
- Stopping Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, Foster Swift Employment Labor & Benefits News, January 22, 2018
- Advocacy for Co-Workers as Basis for Hostile Work Environment Claim, Foster Swift Employment, Labor & Benefits Quarterly, July 2009
- Congress Prohibits Discrimination Based on Genetic Information, Foster Swift Employment, Labor & Benefits Quarterly, June 2008
- How to Discipline and Terminate Employees, June 9, 2015
- Employment Attorney Re-elected as Chairman, dbusiness, March 27, 2018