Serving Southeast Michigan For Over 30 Years.

Collective Bargaining and Employment Law

O'Reilly Rancilio’s Michigan governmental attorneys have been at the forefront of collective bargaining and employment-related matters for local governments for more than 45 years. We have assisted municipalities and school districts in southeastern Michigan in their negotiations with all of their various unions, including police, fire, court staff, clerical, teachers, support staff and all of the other groups representing municipal and school personnel. We have reviewed, interpreted and revised hundreds of collective bargaining agreements, and we have successfully represented local governments and schools in grievance hearings, arbitrations and employment-related litigation.

Our team includes lawyer Gary Collins, Of Counsel to the firm, who has literally written the book on labor and employment law for school districts, The Michigan Teacher and Tenure.

With our vast and diverse experience in collective bargaining and employment law, our firm is uniquely qualified to effectively and efficiently address any and all municipal legal needs that may arise.



Our collective bargaining and employment law attorneys are:


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O’Reilly Rancilio attorney Clark Andrews received the State Bar of Michigan “Unsung Hero Award” for more than four decades of legal, volunteer, and pro bono wo… Read More
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