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Carlson Tells Legal News it's Time to Call "Right to Work" Something Else

Pitt McGehee Palmer Rivers & Golden attorney Kevin Carlson told the Detroit Legal News that the term "Right to Work" is a misnomer. Michigan  became the 24th state to enact a right-to-work law, but Carlson, who along with the firm is leading the charge to oppose the law, says the full effects of it may not be truly felt for years. Carlson especially dislikes the "Right to Work" terminology, telling the Legal News that "We've got to find something else to call it." According to the Legal News, "Right to Work" opponents have come up with several other unflattering terms to label it, such as “union-busting,” “The Back in Time Amendment,” and “Freeloading.”  Read the entire Carlson interview here. 

McGehee Featured on WXYZ TV Spotlight Program

Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers Partner Cary McGehee was featured on the April 17 edition of WXYZ TV 7's Spotlight on the News program to discuss class action lawsuits the firm has filed as a result of the Flint water crisis. Spotlight on the...

New Class-Action Lawsuits Filed By Flint Residents

Complaint in Genesee County Circuit Court asks for Injunction against Water Shut-offs, Declaration that Water Users who Received Dangerous Water are Not Responsible for Paying Bills FLINT, Mich., Jan. 19, 2016-- A group of Flint residents have...

Crain's Detroit Business Discusses UIA Suit with Lord

From Crain's Detroit Business, Dec. 6 in a story by Chad Halcom About three years ago, the state launched its Michigan Integrated Data Automated System, which is able to cross-check benefit claimants against other computer records and flag events...

Pitt Led Flint Water Meeting Draws TV Attention

More than 100 Flint residents attended a meeting Dec. 1 at the Northbank Center in Flint looking for more information on a class action law suit against Michigan Governor Snyder regarding contaminated water int he Flint water system.  You can...