Chandra C. Davis and Jamala S. McFadden Provide Tips on NextGenLeadership

“Getting key assignments is often based on informal relationships and lawyers of color are often left out of that process. But it’s critical to ensure attorneys of color are getting good quality work that grows their practice.” READ MORE HERE #LEIdiversity #TipsforNextGenLeadership #ChandraDavis #JamalaMcFadden #ELSFirm

Attorney Tennille Hoover Returns to ELS

Tennille Hoover is an attorney with ELS. Using her former experience as an HR director for an employer with over 6000 employees, Tennille provides strategic employment law representation and counseling to complement organizational management and minimize legal liability. Tennille is highly skilled in managing, analyzing, and problem-solving a wide array of HR matters, including employee […]

April Update: Growing Practice Areas, Links to Videos, and Information on Upcoming Events

Link to ELS April Update Our latest update contains information on our growing practice areas, links to videos, and information on upcoming events. Growing practice areas include: Investigations – both private and public sector work Executive Employment and Severance Agreements Reductions in Force (RIFs) Workforce Composition Audits Workplace Climate Assessments HR Risk Assessments Mediation Training […]

Employment Law Checklist for Start-Ups & Expanding Businesses

Attorneys at The Employment Law Solution: McFadden Davis assist business clients with various aspects of employment law. We partner with our clients to provide results-oriented employment law services that are aligned with business fundamentals. ELS offers preventative and proactive services to clients in order to equip them with tools for almost any employment law issue. […]

Planning on Using Seasonal and Millennial Workers?

If you plan to use seasonal and millennial workers this summer – please plan to attend our upcoming webinar on Employment Law Issues Employers Need to Understand. Our presentation will address the following: Does the law require you to pay interns? Managing student/seasonal workers Millennial management Legal claims made by seasonal and summer interns Sexual […]

What Employers Need to Know about the Proposed Revised Rule on Overtime 

The Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a revised rule on white collar exemptions to the overtime requirement of Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). While the proposal is not yet in place, employers should carefully review their employees categorized as exempt and consider the implications of the proposed revised rule (revised rule may become final in 2020).  “Exempt” employees do not […]

“Similarly Situated in All Material Respects” Standard for Comparators in Employment Discrimination Cases 

The Eleventh Circuit Just Established the “Similarly Situated in All Material Respects” Standard for Comparators in Employment Discrimination Cases  The Eleventh Circuit recently issued an en banc decision explaining who is “similarly situated” to an employment discrimination plaintiff within the meaning of the prima facie case.  The Court determined that neither the “nearly identical” nor the “same or […]

ELS Spring Newsletter

Our Spring Newsletter is now available online. Highlights: Updated website – including new videos! UPCOMING EVENTS RECENT ARTICLES TEAM MEMBER UPDATES

Chandra Davis to Present Webinar: Employment Law Trends and Developments on March 22 at 3 p.m.(ET)

Employment Law in the 2019 Landscape: Trends, Developments and What Lies Ahead Friday, March 22, 2019  3:00 pm – 4:30 pm (ET) Click here to see show preview. Key Topics: U.S. and Canadian Employment Law Then and Now Recent Updates and Case Law Rulings Enforcement Trends Compliance Issues and Mitigating Risks Click here to register […]

Georgia’s Judiciary has Established an Ad Hoc Committee to Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Judicial Branch of Government

As head of Georgia’s judiciary, Chief Justice Harold D. Melton announced he has established an “Ad Hoc Committee to Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Judicial Branch of Government.” The Committee is charged with gathering research, examining and evaluating best practices, and encouraging all classes of Georgia courts and court councils to establish policies to prevent […]