is a partner at the firm, and administrator of its Michigan Labor and Employment Law Department. He specialises in labour and employment law with a significant portion of practice in traditional labour law – including collective bargaining, labour arbitration, defending unfair labour practices, representation elections, and maintaining non-union status. Robert is a member of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, and the Labor and Employment Law Section, State Bar of Michigan. He has published widely on employment issues, including as contributing editor (Michigan) to the following ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law Bloomberg BNA books: tortious interference in the employment context, a state-by-state survey; employee duty of loyalty, a state-by-state survey; covenants not to compete, a state-by-state survey; trade secrets, a state-by-state survey.
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