Fraser Stryker attorney, Pat Barrett, was featured in the June 28, 2013 Midlands Business Journal in an article about employment law.

Mr. Barrett noted that “Properly drafted policies and procedures must provide clear directions, be legally enforceable and be followed once implemented. The failure to follow them may inadvertently assist an employee in proving a wrongful termination or discrimination claim based on the fact that the employer did not follow its written policies and procedures.”

Fraser Stryker PC LLO offers highly skilled representation in labor and employment law. Our clients are employers in both the public and private sectors, and come to our firm for a variety of legal needs. For thirty (30) years, Mr. Barrett has represented employers with respect to labor and employment matters, collective bargaining, EEO/affirmative action matters, Fair Labor Standards Act and Occupational Safety and Health matters in the public and private sectors. For more information, please visit Pat Barrett’s Bio page.

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