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Legal News/Observer Cover Bonanni, Johnson MAJ Executive Board Appointment

andrea-johnsonmegan-bonanniPitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers attorneys Megan Bonanni and Andrea Johnson have been named to the Executive Board of the Michigan Association of Justice. The MAJ is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to furthering civil justice and providing services that allow members to better represent their clients. The Legal News covered the appointment in its October 3 edition. The Observer and Eccentric/Hometown Life covered the news in its October 5 edition. The Mission of the Michigan Association for Justice mission "is to promote a fair and effective justice system and aims to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in Michigan's courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests. You can read the entire board selection here.    

Saru Jayaraman, Advocate for Restaurant Workers, to Deliver Keynote Address at March 18 Annual Dinner of Michigan for Coalition for Human Rights

Saru Jayaraman, Director of the Food Labor Research Center at UC Berkeley and co-founder of the Restaurant Opportunities Center United, will be the keynote speaker at the March 18 annual dinner of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights. "Saru has done outstanding work on wage equality and workplace harassment issues. We're excited to have her as our keynote speaker this year," said PMP&R co-founding partner Cary McGehee, who is the long-time Chair of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights.

We Salute AG Angela Povilaitis

The entire nation and people around the world watched in shock this past week as 160 women courageously stepped forward in Judge Rosemarie Aquilina’s Ingham County courtroom to address Larry Nasser and describe to him and the world what...

Megan Bonanni cited in Detroit Free Press

Co-counsel Megan Bonanni and Jennifer McManus were cited in Detroit Free Press coverage of their class action lawsuit filed against Sundance, Inc. for alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act: Detroit Free Press -- "500 Joing Wage...

Jennifer Lord was cited in Metro Times

Jennifer Lord was cited in Metro Times on the history of the UIA's false fraud accusations and plans for a Victim Compensation Fund.  Metro Times--"Snyder's Other Huge Atrocity".  Click Here