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For decades, employers and EPLI insurance providers have trusted the attorneys of Plunkett Cooney to represent their interests and to provide guidance with regard to the many regulatory and risk management issues involved in workforce management.
The firm provides complete labor and employment legal services, including representation in traditional labor matters and the defense of employment related litigation. Plunkett Cooney also serves as panel counsel for numerous regional and national EPLI insurance providers, representing their policyholders in employment litigation when it is filed in the state and federal courts throughout Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
With respect to human resources issues, Plunkett Cooney works closely with their private and public sector clients to review and revise employee handbooks, to institute internal policies and procedures, to conduct thorough investigations, and to address other specific internal issues requiring review by an impartial third party
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