Ronda L. Tate, Attorney
As a member of the Litigation Group, Ms. Tate's practice is primarily devoted to labor and employment issues. Ms. Tate's experience includes the settlement negotiation of unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board and assisting in the drafting of collective bargaining agreements. She has successfully resolved discrimination complaints with administrative agencies, such as the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, and defended employers in civil lawsuits regarding claims under the ELCRA, ADEA and Title
In addition to gaining trial experience, Ms. Tate is developing appellate skills at the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court levels. Recently, Ms. Tate played a key role in acquiring the Supreme Court's reversal of a lower court opinion regarding a building authority's standing to contest the issuance of a use variance.
Ms. Tate completed her undergraduate studies at the
Ms. Tate's personal interests include football, water sports, golf, reading/writing, urban revitalization and youth empowerment.
|Education:||University of Michigan|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan|
U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit
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