Pitt Named VP of Washington Based Public Justice

Mike Pitt Bio Photo Mar. 2015-2Royal Oak, Mich., August 23, 2016 -- Royal Oak attorney Michael Pitt was recently selected Vice President of Public Justice. Public Justice is a Washington, D.C.-based national public interest firm of 14 lawyers which fights injustices through precedent setting and socially significant individual and class action litigation. More at Pitt is co-founder of Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers, one of the state's largest firms specializing in civil rights and employment law. The firm is currently representing thousands of Michigan residents in a class action lawsuit (Mays vs. Snyder) related to the Flint Water Crisis. "Michael has spent his entire career working on the very same issues that are the heart of our mission," said Public Justice Executive Director Paul Bland. "His firm's advocacy on behalf of the human-made tragedy in Flint is a perfect example of his willingness to fight for the disempowered." Read the entire announcement 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.

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