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Ryan Stecovich Joins Growing Firm

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC has added yet another attorney to its growing practice.  Ryan Adkins joined the firm in March 2017 and focuses his practice on labor and employment law, municipal law, and general litigation.  He becomes the 15th attorney at the firm, which now serves more than 150 municipalities, drain commissioners, libraries, and public authorities, as well as dozens of businesses in its expanding franchise practice.

Prior to joining the firm, Ryan spent 15 years working for two large publicly traded companies and one large healthcare system focusing on labor and employee relations. During this time, he gained extensive knowledge and experience in handling grievances and arbitrations, negotiating multiple collective bargaining agreements, handling Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claims, unemployment claims, and serving as the primary advisor to management in navigating the ever-changing world of labor and employment law. “Ryan’s experience provides him with a broad understanding of the legal issues facing our public and private employer clients.  We are delighted to have Ryan join our firm to help us serve our growing list of clients,” said Mark Burzych, President of the firm. “He brings extensive experience in labor and employment law to our team.”

Ryan received his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2003 and graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Psychology in 1998.

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC was founded in 2008 and has grown from 4 to 15 attorneys in the past 9 years.  It is a leading Michigan law firm recognized by Best Law Firms in America in four core legal service areas: Municipal services for more than 150 local governments; Franchise services to numerous franchised businesses; Public Utility services to Michigan’s largest electric and gas utilities; and Employment Law services for dozens of private and public employees.

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