Attorney J.J. Conway Participates in a Round Table Discussion on “Employing Lawyers in the Pandemic” at the State Bar of Michigan’s 4TH Annual Business Symposium: The Business of the Law Firm
John J. (J.J.) Conway, a nationally recognized employee benefits and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) attorney and founder of Royal Oak-based J.J. Conway Law, offered insights on “Employing Lawyers in the Pandemic” as part of a business symposium presented by the State Bar of Michigan (SBM). The event took place at The Detroit Club, with an option to attend virtually, on Thursday, January 20.
The round table, which was made up of seven attorneys with expertise in various facets of employment law, zeroed in on the topic that many organizations find themselves tackling in light of the Great Resignation: hiring in a pandemic. The engaging exchange addressed the unique employment climate, the challenges of hiring (and retaining) specialized attorney talent, and what the future holds for lawyers and law firms in a post-pandemic workplace.
Conway, who has fought for his clients to secure the employee benefits rightfully owed to them, has successfully navigated the complexities of disability and retirement benefits law for more than 22 years. He is the author of “Hitting You When You Least Expect It: A Basic Guide to ERISA for Non-ERISA Lawyers,” which is a top-searched piece about employee benefits claims. He is also a co-author of the Michigan Basic Practice Handbook published by the Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
More information about the SBM Business Symposium can be viewed here.
About J.J. Conway Law
J.J. Conway Law was founded by John Joseph (J.J.) Conway in 1999 to work with individuals seeking full access to the employee benefits they have earned. 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 is “Conquer Tomorrow®” and is dedicated to making tomorrow easier for their clients across the United States. Learn more on the firm’s website.