STEPHANIE R. SETTERINGTON
333 Bridge Street Northwest, Bridgewater Place, Suite 1700, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 Directions
Stephanie R. Setterington has a partner at the firm of Varnum LLP. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1997. Stephanie obtained her U.G. from Western Michigan University, Lee Honors College, Kalamazoo, MI. She counsels employers on a broad variety of labor and employment matters, emphasizing employment litigation defense, the classification, and development of best practices in the area of affirmative action and human resources. She has served extensively as employment and labor counsel for publicly-traded and privately-held corporations that differ from single-site companies to multistate or global entities. Stephanie goes with every client to ensure agreement with labor and employment-related legal requirements, develop competent human resource operations, and successfully resolve employment-related disputes. Stephanie's also practice focuses on the representation of educational institutions.
VARNUM LLP - Breach of Contract, Enforcement and Drafting of Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements, Family and Medical Leave Act, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligent Hiring and Job Evaluation, Non-Competition Covenants, Wage/Hour Issues, Retiree Health Insurance, Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations & Unemployment
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WILLIAM H. FALLON
45 Ottawa Avenue Southwest, Suite 1100, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Directions
William H. Fallon is a partner of Miller, Johnson, Snell & Cummiskey, P.L.C. Fallon earned his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School in 1981 and his U.G. from the University of Notre Dame in 1977. His partners with clients to accomplish creative, constructive solutions to their most complicated employment-related challenges, in and out of court. He helps employers, who face the specific employment problems that occur in umpteen various industries and occupations, such as manufacturing, information technology, trucking, health care, higher education, distribution, retail, service, and the professions. Fallon serves every day with clients to develop sound strategies for assuming and resolving the continual variety of workplace legal issues such as harassment, overtime, union organizing, handbooks, employment agreements, and more. He provides employers with the legal and strategic expertise they require to get employment decisions.
MILLER, JOHNSON, SNELL & CUMMISKEY, P.L.C. - Discrimination, Harassment, Disabilities, Accommodations, FMLA Management, Discipline, Overtime, Union Organizing, Handbooks, Employment Agreements, Employee Handbook and Personnel Policies, Fraud and Embezzlement Recovery, Wage and Hour, Held Companies, Health Care, Manufacturing & Union Avoidance
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990 Monroe Northwest, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Directions
Bradley Glazier has over three decades of experience and has acted dozens of cases to judges, juries, and arbitrators. He is a recurring speaker at employment litigation seminars. Glazier has made performances for the Council on Education in Management, the Michigan Association for Justice, and the ICLE (Institute for Continuing Legal Education), to name a few. Glazier's excellence as his peers have acknowledged a trial lawyer. Since 2006, he has selected as a "Michigan Super Lawyer." In addition to representing clients as a trial lawyer, Glazier also grasped to resolve or assist resolve conflicts. He worked as a case evaluator in disputes before the Kent County Circuit Court and appointed as an arbitrator by the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Glazier works as a mediator who supports in negotiating case settlements. He served on the executive council of the State Bar of Michigan's Employment and Labor Section.
BOS & GLAZIER - Breach of Contract, Shareholder Disputes, Non-Compete Matters, Whistle-Blower, Wage and Hour, Age Discrimination and Sexual Harassment, The Family and Medical Leave Act, Damages in Wrongful Discharge Cases, Hostile Environment, Discrimination, Medical Exams & The Americans with Disabilities Act