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Andrea M. Frailey

Andrea M. Frailey



  • Litigation
  • Business Services
  • Nonprofits & Tax-Exempt Organizations
  • Labor & Employment

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Employment and Labor Group

Michigan, U.S.A.


Andrea Frailey is an associate in Dykema's Detroit office. Ms. Frailey focuses her practice on labor and employment and litigation matters.

Ms. Frailey previously worked as a student attorney and a student supervisor in the University of Michigan Law School's Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and Unemployment Insurance Clinic. Ms. Frailey also worked as a student attorney in the Michigan Environmental Law Clinic. Ms. Frailey was awarded the Carl Gussin Memorial prize for excellence in trial work for her clinical work as a student attorney.

While in law school at the University of Michigan, Ms. Frailey co-founded the Gender Violence Project at Michigan Law where she served as Treasurer and Mentorship Chair. Additionally, she volunteered as a student attorney at the Michigan Family Law Project.

While Ms. Frailey was an undergraduate at Michigan State University, she worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Darlene A. O'Brien and the Honorable Julia B. Owdziej at the Washtenaw County Trial Court.

Bar Admissions

Michigan, 2018


University of Michigan School of Law, J.D. James Madison College at Michigan State University, B.A.
Areas of Practice

Business Services | Labor & Employment | Litigation | Nonprofits & Tax-Exempt Organizations


U.S. Supreme Court Makes Pride Month History by Holding That Title VII Bars Job Discrimination Against LGBT+ Workers
Dykema, June 2020

Unexpectedly siding with the liberal wing of the Court, Justice Neil Gorsuch penned a 6-3 decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, holding that Title VII’s prohibition on sex-based discrimination also covers sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination. The Court’s decision dealt a historic victory for proponents of expanding gay and trans protections for workers under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964...

Bringing Employees Back to Work Post-COVID-19: What Is Michigan’s Work Share Program and Should Employers Take Advantage of It?
Dykema, May 2020

As Michigan employers begin to think about how many employees to bring back to work, one option to consider is Michigan’s Work Share program, whereby total work hours are spread across a large group of employees as opposed to having fewer employees return to work on a full-time basis...

DOL Issues More FFCRA Compliance Guidance on Paid Leaves
Dykema, April 2020

Guidance Focuses on Concurrent Leave Issues, Hours to be Paid During Leaves, and Regular Rates of Pay Applicable Now that covered employers are providing paid leaves under the Families First Coronavirus Act (the “FFCRA”), more questions about the FFCRA’s nuances are surfacing...


Labor & Employment Law Blog

In the rapidly evolving field of labor and employment law, we know that employers need to stay informed about changes in the law, and how these changes impact day-to-day business operations. Dykema’s Labor & Employment Law Blog (www.laboremployment-lawblog.com) discusses important labor and...

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