Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group

Naumcheff Law Offices, PLLC

Background of Firm
Attorney Profile
Representation Types
Union General Counsel and Public Employee Rights
University Teaching Experience
Upcoming Courses both Professional and Personal
Public Integrity Investigations
Appointments and Online Payment
Training Programs
Contact Information and Office Locations
Managing the Risk
Union General Counsel Services 
The Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group represents a variety of public safety organizations as their General Counsel.  It is our belief that you get what you pay for when it comes to union representation.  It is for that reason that Mr. Naumcheff believes that the "parent" public safety unions are not capable of providing the same level of protection and attention to detail that is afforded to Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group clients.  The Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group charges less and provides much more because of our background and fee structure. 
Public Employee Rights Overview
Public employees, especially those in the police and fire professions have specific rights afforded to them by the United States Constitution and the laws of the State of Michigan.  The following is a thumbnail sketch of the rights of public safety professionals in Michigan. 
Mr. Naumcheff takes calls from union members on a daily basis, most of whom are members of large parent unions.  He is always available to answer questions relating to police officer and firefighter rights at no charge.  This holds true whether or not your organization is a client of the Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group.  Brett Naumcheff frequently assits members of POLC, POAM, MAP, UAW, TEAMSTERS and independent associations.  You should ask yourself why a member of a parent union would call the Michigan Police Legal Advisor Group if they are satisfied with their current representation.  The overriding reason is quality.

Garrity:  Rules regarding protections against compelled statements

Weingarten:  Rules regarding an employees right to representation during an Investigative Interview.

Loudermill:  Rules regarding Due Process requirements

Gardner:  Rule requiring that q
uestion's must be Narrowly, Specifically and Directly related to job performance.

Former public employees enjoying retirement at a client gathering