The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's new silica rules for the construction industry are being enforced. Contractors must comply in order to avoid costly fines and to protect their workers.
Corp! magazine has honored attorney Sean McNally as a 2016 Most Valuable Professional. The presentation of the MVP awards was made during a breakfast program held at the VisTaTech Center of Schoolcraft College on April 27, 2016.
The select group of professionals receiving awards during the annual celebration was recognized for making business happen in Michigan, serving their communities, demonstrating strong leadership skills in growing and managing successful businesses, becoming industry experts, and delivering lucrative business results.
Sean draws on years of complex litigation and transactional management experience to reduce risk for the firm’s clients in Michigan and throughout the country. A highly-experienced commercial trial and appellate litigator in both state and federal courts, Sean focuses his practice on the construction, automotive, manufacturing and real estate industries.
Additionally, Sean devotes his time to the Franny Strong Foundation. Established by Sean and his wife in 2012, he continues to serve as a Trustee and promote pertussis awareness and prevention through ongoing research and education to the public and health care professionals.
Corp! magazine, a statewide business publication targeted to entrepreneurs and business owners, features success stories, best practices and strategies relevant to CEOs, business owners, executives and managers. Corp! is dedicated to raising the profile of business throughout our communities and driving it forward.
- Administrative Proceedings
- Claim Litigation/Arbitration
- Commercial and Contract
- Contract Drafting and Negotiation
- Insurance and Bonding
- Lien, Bond, Trust Fund Act Compliance and Enforcement
- Real Estate Land Use and Zoning
- Risk Analysis and Mitigation Plan
- Strategic Assistance with Project Execution
- Tool Liens [Molder’s Liens and Special Tool Lien Act Claims]
- Trade Secrets/Unfair Competition/Non-Competes