Joshua J. Leadford

Joshua J. Leadford: Attorney with Masud Labor Law Group
  • Partner at Masud Labor Law Group (6 Attorneys)
  • 4449 Fashion Square Boulevard, Suite 1, Saginaw, MI 48603
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Biography

Josh Leadford is a partner with Masud Labor Law Group, and joined the firm in 2011. Josh takes a no-nonsense approach to the practice of law and zealously defends his clients' interests. Josh is recognized by his clients and peers as a creative and adaptable advocate who provides practical advice and realistic options.

Background

During his tenure with Masud Labor Law Group, Josh has represented our employer clientele in a wide range of labor and employment matters, including litigation, arbitration, mediation, unfair labor practice matters, collective bargaining, employment audits, charges of discrimination, employment investigations, and other related matters. Josh has a proven track record of securing successful results on behalf of our clients. Josh had significant experience dealing with labor and employment related issues before joining Masud Labor Law Group. He focused his undergraduate studies on human resources and earned a degree in Human Resource Management from Central Michigan University. After graduating from CMU and beginning his legal education, Josh clerked with the Michigan Employment Relations Commission, where he assisted in drafting a number of decisions ruling on unfair labor practice charges and related public sector labor law issues.

Career Highlights

Secured a judgment of nearly $300,000 through summary disposition proceedings and successfully defended the case before the Michigan Court of Appeals

Litigated complex political discrimination matter through the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, along with a companion case filed with the Michigan Administrative Hearings System, ultimately securing a judgment of approximately $200,000 for our client

Has successfully arbitrated contract grievances challenging the discharge and serious discipline of union employees, along with a number of matters defending employers' interpretation and application of union collective bargaining agreements

Collectively bargained several union contracts on behalf of employers in both the private and public sector, and successfully addressed serious economic issues, including unfunded pension liabilities amounting to tens of millions of dollars

Defended numerous charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board, Michigan Employment Relations Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Michigan Department of Civil Rights

Graduated Magna Cum Laude from law school

Board Member of the Valley Society of Human Resource Managers

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Labor & Employment Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
989-272-4163  Phone
(989) 792-4499  Phone
(989) 792-7725  Fax
www.masudlaborlaw.com
University Attended:
Central Michigan University, B.S.B.A., Human Resource Management
Law School Attended:
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D.
Year of First Admission:
2011
Admission:
2011, Michigan
ISLN:
922597343
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