Labor Intensive


Human resources professionals, general counsel, business owners, and all who deal with employees need a playbook to keep up with changing laws, regulations and other issues impacting today’s workplace. Butzel Long’s 29th Annual Labor, Employment, Benefits and Immigration Law Forum addressed a variety of these legal matters on Friday, Oct. 28, at the MGM Grand Detroit. Among those taking part in the forum were Butzel Long’s (l-r) Gary Klotz, Hannah Treppa, Mark Jane, Carey DeWitt, Michael Griffie, Brett Miller, Scott Patterson, Tom Shaevsky, Bernie Fuhs, John Hancock, Daniel Tukel, Lynn McGuire, Phil Korovesis, and Jim Rosenfeld. “We plan our annual conference to meet the evolving informational needs of human resources professionals and all those who deal with employee issues,” said Daniel Tukel, chair of Butzel Long’s Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Department. “Our objective is to provide attendees with the latest information to help them day-to-day.”

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