Breach of contract, shareholder disputes, non-compete matters, whistle-blower, FMLA, Wage and Hour, age discrimination and sexual harassment are just a few of the types of employment disputes where Bos & Glazier lawyers have a proven record of success. Our lawyers have secured substantial settlements where executives, managers, supervisors and non-supervisors have been terminated for "poor performance." In many of these cases, favorable case evaluations awards for our clients forced settlement before expensive trial preparation efforts were required.
Bradley Glazier is one of only a few West Michigan attorneys who is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association. NELA is a national organization of lawyers who have considerable experience in representing employees in employment litigation. Brad Glazier has also been named Best Lawyers' 2015, 2017, and 2018 Grand Rapids Litigation - Labor and Employment "Lawyer of the Year." Our firm has achieved successful jury verdicts on behalf of employment litigation clients in state court cases in Kent, Ingham, Ottawa and Muskegon counties. We have also received favorable jury verdicts and settlements in the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan. We have worked extensively with employees to negotiate severance packages and to arbitrate employment disputes.
In addition to representing clients in employment litigation, Brad Glazier has served on the roster of neutral arbitrators for the employment panel of the American Arbitration Association and as a hearing referee for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights.
Bradley Glazier has also been recognized as a "Leading Lawyer" based on a survey of his peers as a Grand Rapids employment lawyer and a Grand Rapids FMLA lawyer.
In this section of our website, we describe the law that applies to wrongful discharge cases, including the at-will rule and exceptions to that rule. Additional information is included in the Publications section of this site or visit our blog entitled "You're Fired" to learn more about Michigan employment law.