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Pitt Law Joins ACLU, Unions to File Lawsuit Invalidating Michigan’s Right-to-Work Law

Pitt McGehee Palmer Rivers & Golden has joined the ACLU and Michigan Unions in filing an amended complaint seeking to invalidate the state's new Right-to-Work Law. The case, filed on behalf of a journalist, citizens, legislators, and unions, charges that government officials, in an unprecedented assault on democracy, deprived the public of their right to participate in the legislative process. You can read more about the effort here.

Top Mistakes with a Non-Compete Agreement

One way to succeed in business comes by making yourself indispensable. This approach is great for job security and for getting you the best possible work environment including compensation and benefits. However, business owners react to employing...

Know the Main Employment Types to Stay Protected

In today’s complex business world, there are many classifications of employment status. Employers use different options for their workforce to employ the right person for the right job at the right time for the right extent of time....