Please call us at

November 2011 Archives

Wrongful discharge suit targets business, city and councilwoman

Allegations of wrongful discharge can have a negative impact on the reputation of a business and ultimately affect its productivity. In a recent case, an employee of a substance abuse center sued the center, a councilwoman and the city of Detroit after being fired.

Airport Authority CEO accuses board of illegal meeting

The former chief executive officer of the Wayne County Airport Authority in Michigan is claiming fellow members of the Airport Authority broke the law when they held a session behind closed doors, which is a direct violation of the Open Meetings Act. But a news report points out their actions may have been legal after all and the CEO's claims could have little merit.

Scandal over firings related to airport CEO continues to grow

Recently, the former CEO of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport was fired and then sued the board that dismissed her, alleging that she was wrongfully discharged. Now, she herself is being sued by a former employee who worked for her in a previous position with Wayne County. Like the former CEO, this employee is claiming wrongful discharge. The man alleges that he would not make a suspicious transaction and so was unjustly fired for refusing to comply, which cost him his six-figure salary and high-ranking position as senior project manager.

Email Us For A Response

Need Legal Advice?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Farmington Hills Office
200 Kaufman Financial Center
30833 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Phone: 248-626-5000

Maps & Directions