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FTC Proposed Ban on Non Compete Agreements

On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) proposed a new rule that would ban, and require the recission of, most employer non-compete clauses. The proposed rule broadly defines non-compete clauses, potentially including agreements… Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch Attorneys Named “SuperLawyers”

The nationally recognized publication “SuperLawyers” has named Schenk & Bruetsch partners Thomas Bruetsch and Brian Summerfield as “SuperLawyers” and associate Patrick Klida as a “Rising Star.” SuperLawyers recognizes the top 5% of at… Read More
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Matt Schenk and Tom Bruetsch Recognized as “Leading Lawyers”

The publication Leading Lawyers has once again recognized Schenk & Bruetsch’s Matthew Schenk and Thomas Bruetsch as among the State of Michigan’s top attorneys. The peer-based review ranked Schenk as a leader in Governmental/Municipal Law, an… Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch and Thomas Bruetsch Named “Recommended Attorney and Firm in Michigan” by The Appellate Lawyers.

The national publication The Appellate Lawyers has named Schenk & Bruetsch and Thomas Bruetsch as its recommended firm and attorney for the State of Michigan for 2022/23. Following a lengthy nomination, research and selection process, which resul… Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch team vindicates Wayne County Commissioner, gets him back on August Primary Ballot

Judge returns longtime Wayne County commissioner to August ballot (freep.com) Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch Partner Brian Summerfield wins $1,000,000.00+ bench trial verdict

Schenk & Bruetsch is proud to spotlight Partner Brian Summerfield and his recent $1,000,000.00+ bench trial verdict in a slander of title case, which was recently published in the Michigan Lawyers Weekly Verdicts and Settlements section. Congratu… Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch Wins Award in Sales Commission Case

Schenk & Bruetsch attorneys Thomas Bruetsch and Patrick Kilda obtained an award for unpaid sales commissions on a claim brought under Michigan’s Sale Representative Commission Act. The Act makes it unlawful to withhold earned sales commissions… Read More
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Schenk & Bruetsch Welcomes Judge Teri Lynn Dennings

Schenk & Bruetsch welcomed circuit court Judge Teri Lynn Dennings to its offices for a kickoff fundraiser lunch. Governor Gretchen Whitmer appointed Judge Dennings to the Macomb County Circuit Court in December and she must run to retain her seat… Read More
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Thomas Bruetsch Argues Before Michigan Supreme Court

161661 ​Comerica, Inc v Department of Treasury (michigan.gov) Read More
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Three Schenk & Bruetsch Partners named “SuperLawyers”

Three Schenk & Bruetsch partners have been recognized by SuperLawyers magazine for being at the top of their profession in the State of Michigan. Thomas Bruetsch and Brian Summerfield were named “Top Rated Business Litigation Attorneys,” whil… Read More
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