Butzel Long attorneys featured during Walsh College’s Seventh Annual Human Resources Summit
Attorney Rebecca S. Davies co-chairs event for the seventh year
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long labor and employment law attorneys Rebecca S. Davies, Gary W. Klotz, Scott T. Patterson and Brett J. Miller will be featured speakers during Walsh College’s Seventh Annual Human Resources Summit on March 4, 2016 at its Troy campus.
Davies, an adjunct faculty member, is again a co-chair of the event. She will present the annual employment law update. Klotz will discuss the Department of Labor’s Plans to expand overtime pay eligibility. Patterson and Miller will co-present a program on the broadening scope of sex discrimination claims.
Rebecca S. Davies
She concentrates her practice primarily in the areas of employment law and commercial litigation. Davies represents employers in federal and state court litigation and before state and federal administrative agencies. She regularly counsels employers regarding compliance under federal and state employment laws (including FLSA, FMLA, ADA and Title VII), drafts policies and procedures, and advises on preventative strategies.
Gary W. Klotz
He has represented employers in labor and employment law matters for more than 30 years. Klotz is the author of numerous articles about labor and employment law, and he regularly speaks at management education programs about labor and employment law issues.
Scott T. Patterson
He represents employers in labor and employment law and business-related immigration matters. Patterson has extensive experience representing employers in state and federal courts and before government agencies in defense of employment-related claims such as those involving allegations of sexual harassment, race, age, gender and disability discrimination, wrongful discharge and alleged violations of various state and federal statutes.
Brett J. Miller
He is Group Leader of the firm's Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) Group. Miller focuses his practice on employment and labor law as well as fair housing litigation. In addition to representing clients in federal and state court venues, He has appeared before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Miller also has also represented clients in labor arbitrations.