Timothy Dlugos

White Schneider, PC
Okemos, MI

Tim Dlugos believes that being an effective advocate often means being a translator, helping clients understand the often-complex aspects of the law, and then ushering them through the complicated processes and procedures. Navigating through labor and employment issues is no exception.

 

Over the course of his career, Tim has focused on advocating for public sector union employees, including public safety and law enforcement officers, teachers and school employees, nurses, municipal and courthouse personnel, and public utility employees. The traditional labor matters that he handles range from grievance arbitration and unfair labor practices challenges to mediation and contract negotiations, including Act 312 arbitration and fact finding. Tim also litigates teacher tenure disputes, as well as unemployment claims and appeals resulting from all types of employee/employer relationships. Additionally, he represents a variety of professionals in licensure and disciplinary actions arising before their related State agencies, such as nurses, veterinarians, therapists and paramedics, and he provides guidance on issues arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act and wage and fringe benefit matters.

 

Courses

  • Labor Grievance Processing