Mr. Rayle's practice is concentrated in labor and employment relations and related litigation; commercial litigation; intellectual property and trade secrets litigation; federal False Claims Act litigation; and alternate dispute resolution.
Mr. Rayle is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in Michigan. He has also practiced before various state and federal courts and administrative agencies in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Texas, California, Florida and New Jersey.
Mr. Rayle co-authored "Rightful Discharge: The Application of Toussaint to Banking Institutions," which was published in the Michigan State Bar Journal in 1987. He also co-authored "Employment at Will in Michigan: A Survey of Recent Significant Case Decisions," which was published in Laches (Oakland County Bar Association) in May, 1989; "Tort Claims in Wrongful Discharge Cases," Laches (Oakland County Bar Association) in April, 1990; and "Defending Claims of Sexual Harassment," Michigan Defense Trial Counsel Journal, February, 1992.
Mr. Rayle received a B.A. in Economics, with high honors, from Michigan State University in 1975 and graduated cum laude from Wayne State University Law School with a J.D. in 1978. Mr. Rayle is a member of the Oakland County Bar Association and the American Bar Association and its sections on Litigation and Labor and Employment Law. He also is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and its sections on Labor Law and Public Corporation Law. He is certified by the State Bar of Michigan as a mediator.