James Reid, Andrey Tomkiw and Frank Mamat Named dBusiness Magazine's 2022 Top Lawyers

September, 2022 - Louisville, Kentucky

Dinsmore partners Andrey Tomkiw and James Reid have been selected as 2022 Top Lawyers in Metro Detroit by dBusiness Magazine.

Reid splits his time between the firm’s Troy and Ann Arbor offices and is among the state’s best-known and most accomplished young attorneys. He counsels business owners, serial entrepreneurs, C-suite executives, in-house counsel, and human resources directors to make strategic business decisions. He is also a renowned keynote and national speaker at conferences and events, including the American Payroll Association, SHRM, and HR Day. Reid is a past recipient of the Oakland County Bar Association’s Distinguished Service Award, which is given to a member who provides exceptional voluntary services. This is Reid’s fourth year on the Top Lawyers list.

Tomkiw, based in Troy, is recognized as one of Michigan’s top labor and employment attorneys, having been rated in the Super Lawyers top 100 attorneys in Michigan twice. This is the 14th year in a row he's been recognized by the magazine as a top attorney.

Tomkiw represents business owners in the full spectrum of labor and employment matters, including litigation defense and traditional labor matters, in addition to general commercial matters. He has extensive litigation experience defending employers in federal and state courts, as well as before governmental agencies. He is best recognized for his innovative approach to litigation-avoidance counseling.

Frank focuses his practice on labor and employment law only for Companies and Employers, and is prepared to respond whenever clients face employment-related issues. He understands the importance of addressing these matters quickly as they affect business clients’ short- and long-term goals. This is Frank's ninth time on the Top Lawyers list.

To compile the 2022 Top Lawyers survey, the magazine polled 19,000 attorneys in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, and Livingston counties. Each attorney was asked to nominate lawyers among 50 legal specialties.