Butzel Long attorneys named to Chambers USA 2012

Nine Butzel Long attorneys in Michigan, including Robert A. Boonin and Jordan Schreier from the Ann Arbor office, are recognized in the Chambers USA--America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2012 The Client's Guide.

For more than 20 years, Chambers has published the leading directories of the legal profession using a team of 100 full-time researchers who conduct thousands of interviews with lawyers and their clients worldwide.

Boonin's practice is largely concentrated in the areas of labor, employment discrimination, public contract and education law. He has represented public and private sector clients across the country, in over 30 jurisdictions, in wrongful termination, employment discrimination, wage and hour, tenure proceedings and other employment-related lawsuits and claims, as well as in labor grievance arbitrations, labor negotiations, unfair labor practices and representational proceedings and labor strikes.

Schreier is the practice group leader for the Employee Benefits Practice Group. He represents clients primarily in the area of ERISA, employee benefits and compensation. Schreier's practice primarily involves advising profit and nonprofit employers on planning and compliance issues involving all aspects of employee benefits, including welfare benefits, qualified retirement and other deferred compensation plans.

The other Butzel Long attorneys highlighted in Chambers USA are Stephen A. Bromberg of Bloomfield Hills (real estate); Robert G. Buydens of Grosse Pointe Shores (employee benefits and executive compensation); David F. DuMouchel of Birmingham (litigation: white-collar crime and government investigations); John P. Hancock, Jr. of Grosse Pointe Park (labor and employment); Patrick A. Karbowski of Rochester Hills (real estate); Justin G. Klimko of Grosse Pointe Woods (corporate/ mergers and acquisitions); and Daniel B. Tukel of Orchard Lake (labor and employment).

Published: Thu, Jul 5, 2012

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