Ms. Bruch has extensive expertise and great success in Plaintiff Employment Law employee issues such as: non-compete agreements and severance packages, contracts, torts, constitutional claims, The Family and Medical Leave Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission representation; Discrimination for color, gender, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion and sexual orientation; harassment for color, national origin, race; sexual harassment including but not limited to adverse action and termination and retaliation; Michigan Department of Civil Rights representation; Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency representation and Michigan Whistleblowers’ Protection Act; questions relating to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act; drafting and arguing motions, trial practice and mediation, drafting all manner of pleadings, developing case strategy, preparing witnesses and taking and defending depositions. She has great success with State of Michigan unemployment compensation cases including initial filings, Administrative Law Judge hearings, appeals, Michigan Compensation Appellate Commission appeals, circuit court appeals, drafting all manner of pleadings, and other related matters. Ms. Bruch has extensive experience in Pet Law issues including drafting/reviewing pet contracts, defending breeders/buyers who breach the pet contract, pet abuse and neglect, local ordinances regarding ownership rights and types of pets, pet trusts and more to come.
Marlo Bruch – Employment Law, Animal & Dog Law
5955 West Main
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Telephone: (269) 312-8169
Cell: (269) 924-9450
Fax: (269) 743-1181
Simply put, we know Florida non-compete law backwards and forwards. If you are considering a non-compete attorney, please give us a call at (800) 698-6650.