Foster Swift Labor and Employment Attorney Re-elected as Chairman of the Education Foundation for the American Society of Employers
Foster Swift Collins and Smith PC
Foster Swift Labor and Employment attorney Frank Mamat has recently been re-elected as chairman of the Education Foundation for the American Society of Employers (ASE). Mamat has held the position since 2006. Additionally, he has been accepted as a member of the Private Directors Association.
Mamat’s practice focuses on complex labor issues, with an emphasis on union matters, contract negotiations, unfair labor practice litigation, and others. An alumnus of Syracuse University College of Law, Mamat is also a certified mediator and arbitrator and adjunct professor of law at Wayne State University. He is annually chosen by the Labor Relations Institute as one of the top 100 Labor Lawyers in the US.
ASE, a non-profit employer association, focuses on the evolving workforce environment in order to provide member organizations cost-effective access to information, programs, and counsel needed to be successful.
The Private Directors Association provides a national network that connects executives and professionals interested in board service with those interested in securing board members.
Foster Swift Collins and Smith PC provides legal service to businesses, municipalities, and individuals. The firm has more than 100 attorneys and more than 100 support staff in Lansing, Detroit, Southfield, Grand Rapids, Holland, and St. Joseph.