Attorneys at Cummings, McClorey, Davis & Acho, P.L.C. (CMDA) have successfully represented several municipal police and fire unions in Public Act 312 compulsory arbitration proceedings. We have extensive experience in all phases of the process and are familiar with Act 312 arbitrators and their arbitral decision- making. We save governmental entities substantial fees and avoid costly awards by successfully negotiating resolutions to matters during Public Act 312 compulsory arbitration proceedings.
Public Act 312 Arbitration and Mediation/Fact Finding
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