We are thrilled to announce that Tad Roumayah has been named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s list of “Go To Lawyers” practicing in employment law.

Tad proudly represents “the little guy” in employment cases, fighting on behalf of fired workers whose rights have been trampled on, often by large corporations with vast financial and legal resources. Tad represents his clients in lawsuits against employers for workplace civil rights violations, including cases involving illegal discrimination, retaliation, and harassment. He also routinely pursues whistleblower violations and wrongful termination claims on behalf of his clients. Besides litigation, Tad also counsels clients on employment contracts, restrictive covenants, and severance agreements.

As the current Chair of the State Bar of Michigan’s Labor & Employment Law Section, Tad is well-regarded on both sides of the employment bar for his integrity, steady hand, diligence, and genuine concern for his clients. His primary goal is to help his clients move forward with their lives by assisting them after they lose a job due to illegal actions by their employers, which is often a traumatic and nerve-wracking experience. To accomplish this, Tad ensures he is always “in tune” with his clients’ needs. In any dispute, he understands that some clients want to litigate and go to court, while others prefer to resolve their disputes through non-court alternative dispute resolution approaches such as mediation.

The “Go To” distinction recognizes the top lawyers across the state in specific practice areas. According to Michigan Lawyers Weekly, a “Go To Lawyer” is:

  • An expert in their field, well-versed in the nuances of the case law, statutes, and regulations clients will encounter.
  • Experienced and enjoys a record of success, with many cases that give testimony to the quality advice they can provide.
  • One to whom other lawyers make referrals because of their expertise and accomplishments.
  • A creative thinker who identifies all options for a client.

Please join us in congratulating Tad on this well-deserved recognition.