Clients, Attorneys and Friends Gather To Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Employee Benefits Litigation Firm J.J. Conway Law

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Royal Oak, Mich.—-June 24, 2024—National employee benefits and ERISA attorney and litigator John Joseph (J.J.) Conway of Michigan-based firm J.J. Conway Law, joined with his team in welcoming clients, attorneys and friends to the firm’s 25th anniversary celebration held on June 18 at the Waterview Loft in Detroit.  

Since founding his firm in 1999, Conway has been involved with some of the most significant cases in employee benefits law history. Key cases from Conway’s first 25 years in practice ranged from wins in autism services coverage for children, to employee pension benefit protection during the City of Detroit bankruptcy, to mental health coverage for children suffering from life-threatening severe behavioral health conditions. Tackling these cases, either as lead counsel in individual suits or co-counsel in class action lawsuits, Conway has witnessed the power of employee benefits to not only heal, but to help preserve financial stability for those in greatest need of coverage. 

“This milestone anniversary is a time to look back and acknowledge what an honor it has been to work with clients who – at great personal sacrifice – never gave up on pursuing their right to health coverage or to a hard-earned pension,” Conway said. “Our firm has also had the opportunity to handle cases with some of the smartest and most tenacious litigators in the nation. I’m grateful to call them colleagues and friends.” 

About J.J. Conway Law

J.J. Conway Law, an employee benefits litigation and ERISA firm founded by John Joseph (J.J.) Conway in 1999, represents those seeking full access to the employee benefits they earned and are legally entitled to. The firm has been involved with nationally significant employee benefit, disability and pension cases, including class action lawsuits for such landmark decisions as requiring Michigan private insurers to cover autism health treatments for children through age 18 and protecting the pension rights of City of Detroit employees, police and firefighters as well as Wayne County employees by holding their trustees accountable for investment decisions. The firm’s motto, Conquer Tomorrow®, is dedicated to making the future easier for their clients across the United States.  Learn more on the firm’s website.