Matthew Radler is a labor and employment attorney who focuses his practice on wage and hour matters and assists in litigating noncompete, trade secret and employment dispute matters.

  • Counsels clients through various stages of pretrial litigation on employment discrimination, retaliation, and whistleblower cases, including settlement, pleadings, discovery, and summary judgment
  • Assists in litigating individual plaintiff and collective action wage and hour disputes under federal and state laws
  • Drafts and reviews employment agreements and related contracts, including non-compete and separation agreements
  • Assists in counseling clients on compliance with an array of federal, state and municipal laws governing wages, working conditions, civil rights, and enforcement of restrictive covenants


Practice Areas


Prior Experience

  • Bernabei & Wachtel, PLLC, Associate, 2012-2015




Court Admissions



Michigan Super Lawyers, Recognized as a Rising Star, 2019-2023

The Best Lawyers in America, 2023-2024

  •  Recognized in the practice area of Litigation - Labor and Employment

Professional & Community Involvement

State Bar of Michigan

Oakland County Bar Association

News & Insights


  • The COVID-19 Vaccine: What Manufacturing Employers Need to Know
    Event | | | Presenter
  • Considerations of Recent SCOTUS Rulings on LBGTQ Discrimination
    Event | | | Presenter
  • Getting Back to Work: Weighing Your Wage & Hour Requirements
    Event | | | Presenter
  • Employer Best Practices for Return to Work
    Event | | | Presenter



  • Ethical Duties and Standards in Disqualifying, Retaining, and Communicating with Expert Witnesses
    Publication | ABA's The Brief (Vol. 43, 2013) |
  • Privacy is the Problem: United States v. Maynard and A Case for a New Regulatory Model for Police Surveillance
    Publication | 80 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1209 |
  • Amending the EEOC’s Disability Discrimination Regulations to Protect Employees with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    Publication | 80 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1546 |

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