Butzel Long attorney Robert H. Schwartz to moderate May 6, 2020 Automation Alley livestream program on Manufacturing Next Steps for Returning to Work
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney and shareholder Robert H. Schwartz will moderate Automation Alley’s “Tech Takeover: Manufacturing Next Steps for Returning to Work,” panel program from 8:30-10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.
The free livestream event will focus on the next steps that need to be taken to safely reopen Michigan’s critical manufacturing center amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Notably, Michigan is part of a coalition of states including Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and Kentucky that have agreed to coordinated economic reopening. To register, visit: https://members.automationalley.com/events/details/tech-takeover-manufacturing-next-steps-for-returning-to-work-14966
Featured panelists include:
- Michael Silvio, Faculty, Wayne State University
- Samuel Hoff, CEO, Patti Engineering
- Tom Kelly, Executive Director and CEO, Automation Alley
- William Crane, Founder & CEO, Industry Star
- Gary Schkade, President, AMBE Engineering
About Robert H. Schwartz
Notably, Schwartz's practice includes corporate and healthcare activities. He has extensive experience in business planning, mergers and acquisitions and in assisting healthcare and hospital clients in the healthcare regulatory areas including reimbursement, fraud and abuse, hospital-physician relations, pharmacies in both the community and long-term care setting, among others.
He is a member of the Health Law Sections of the American Bar Association and State Bar of Michigan, the American Health Lawyers Association, the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association, as well as the State Bar of Michigan. He is a Board Member of Oakland County Michigan's Medical Main Street and an American Health Lawyer Association Trained Arbitrator, Mediator and Hearing Officer.