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Butzel Long hosted its 27th Annual Labor, Employment, and Immigration Law Forum on Friday, Nov. 7, at The Dearborn Inn. 

Butzel Long attorneys presented workshops on a variety of timely labor, employment, employee benefits, and immigration matters. 

Among the Butzel Long professionals taking part in the forum were (front row, left to right) Elissa Noujaim Pinto, Tonia B. Renko, Reginald A. Pacis, and Thomas L. Shaevsky; in addition to (middle row, left to right) John P. Hancock Jr., Carey A. DeWitt, Thomas Earl Patton,  Phillip C. Korovesis, and Lynn F. McGuire; along with (back row, left to right) James S. Rosenfeld, Daniel B. Tukel, Scott T. Patterson, and Gary W. Klotz. 

Other Butzel Long Labor and Employment attorneys not pictured included: Linda J. Armstrong, Alexander B. Bragdon, Malcolm D. Brown, Regan K. Dahle, Rebecca S. Davies, Bernard J. Fuhs, Evi Georgiou, Clara DeMatteis Mager, Bushra A. Malik, Shanta S.W. McMullan, Donald B. Miller, Mark T. Nelson, Efe Poturoglu, William M. Saxton, Craig S. Schwartz, Francyne B. Stacey, and Louis Theros. 

Butzel Long’s expertise is reflected over its long history, having had attorneys who have served on the National Labor Relations Board, including a chair of the National Labor Relations Board. Five of the firm’s attorneys are Fellows of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Several are listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA and the 2014 Michigan Super Lawyers list. 

Butzel Long attorneys also teach at several law schools and are frequent lecturers to state and national employer and professional organizations and to continuing legal education groups that update other attorneys on labor and employment issues.

(Photo by John Meiu)