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Royal Oak, Mich.—July 13, 2023—Employee benefits and ERISA law firm J.J. Conway Law is pleased to announce that principal attorney, founder and litigator John Joseph (J.J.) Conway has been selected for inclusion on Michigan’s Leading Lawyers list for 2023 in the category of Employee Benefits. This honor is bestowed on fewer than 5% of Michigan’s licensed attorneys.

A nationally recognized trial attorney, Conway has navigated the legal complexities of disability, employee health benefits, and ERISA law for the past 24 years. Establishing his practice on the principle of helping people secure the employee benefits rightfully owed to them, Conway is a seasoned litigator, successfully fighting to recover more than $65 million for his clients and winning landmark class-action lawsuits in favor of families and retirees.

Leading Lawyers, a division of the Law Bulletin Publishing Company, surveys thousands of attorneys statewide to identify lawyers most often recommended by their peers. Lawyers cannot nominate themselves or anyone at their own law firm. Fewer than 5% of all lawyers licensed to practice law in a given state can be named a Leading Lawyer.

In August, Michigan’s 2023 Leading Lawyers will be highlighted in a special advertising section in DBusiness magazine’s Detroit 500 Most Powerful Leaders issue—which comprises a comprehensive list of the most powerful executives in more than 30 industries across metro Detroit and Michigan.

About J.J. Conway Law
J.J. Conway Law was founded by John Joseph (J.J.) Conway in 1999 to work with individuals seeking full access to the employee benefits they have earned. The firm has been involved with nationally significant employee benefit, disability and pension cases, including class action lawsuits for such landmark decisions as requiring Michigan private insurers to cover autism health treatments for children through age 18 and protecting the pension rights of City of Detroit employees, police and firefighters as well as Wayne County employees by holding their trustees accountable for investment decisions. The firm’s motto is “Conquer Tomorrow®” and is dedicated to making tomorrow easier for their clients across the United States.  Learn more on the firm’s website.