Member Firm Profile

Masud Labor Law Group

Firm Profile

Address:

Masud Labor Law Group
4449 Fashion Square Boulevard - Suite 1
Saginaw, Michigan 48603

Phone: (989) 792-4499
Fax: (989) 792-7725

Firm Size:

9 Lawyers

Primary Contact:

David Masud
masud@masudlaborlaw.com

Attorneys Admitted to Practice In:

Michigan

Firm Description

Masud Labor Law Group was founded in 1986 for the sole purpose of providing employers with specialized representation in labor and employment law. Located in Saginaw, Michigan, the firm provides comprehensive legal services for public and private sector employer clients, large and small, on a local, regional and national level. The Masud team is large enough to handle complex matters and small enough to retain a high level of personal service and attention.

To learn more, visit http://www.masudlaborlaw.com.

Firm Representatives

Joshua Leadford is a partner with Masud Labor Law Group. He focuses his practice on representing management in labor and employment law matters. Josh has successfully defended employers in numerous arbitrations, unfair labor practice cases, discrimination claims, and other labor and employment related matters. Josh earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Central Michigan University. After graduating from Central Michigan, Josh began law school and was selected for a clerkship with the Michigan Employment Relations Commission. He graduated magna cum laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

Practice Specialties

  • Employment Litigation Defense
  • Responses to administrative agency charges
  • Wage and hour/FLSA defense/Employment standards
  • Internal complaint investigations
  • Retaliation/Whistleblower claims
  • FMLA
  • EEOC/EEO investigations
  • Wrongful discharge/Wrongful dismissal
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination/Human rights
  • Employment Counseling and Advice
  • Supervisor and harassment/violence training
  • Handbook Review
  • Leave laws
  • Personnel policies
  • Wage and hour audits
  • WARN Act/Plant closings/RIF Planning
  • Labor Unions/Labor Relations
  • Strikes and lockouts (planning and related court and board litigation)
  • Construction labor relations
  • Unfair labor practices
  • NLRB/Labor Relations Board Proceedings
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Supervisor training
  • Collective bargaining
  • Union avoidance and elections
  • Employment Contracts and Litigation
  • Confidentiality and trade secret agreements
  • Trade secrets and non-compete agreements
  • Executive employment agreements (including change of control)
  • Pension, benefit and bonus provisions
  • Termination provisions (statutory requirements and reasonable notice)
  • Non-compete/non-solicit agreements
  • Defamation
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • OSHA inspection and compliance (US)