Lynne Anne Anderson is a partner in the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Clients trust her implicitly to counsel them through the ever-growing maze of labor and employment laws, and to defend them tenaciously in the event of litigation. Lynne, a practiced jury and bench trial lawyer, has handled a wide range of employment litigation, including retaliation, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and breach of contract claims, in various state and federal courts, as well as claims before arbitration panels and government agencies. She also has significant experience handling restrictive covenant disputes.
Lynne counsels clients who are dealing with front-line employee issues to effectuate a win-win resolution of workplace disputes, including with regards to leaves of absence, employee discipline and wage and hour issues. Whether providing strategic counseling on reductions in force and business restructuring, or drafting employment contracts and personnel policies, she approaches each situation with sensitivity to the individuals impacted and possesses a keen understanding of how business operates. As a result, she is able to help clients find solutions that are not only consistent with their legal obligations, but that will also further their business goals. Her colleagues confirm that she talks “to” clients, not “at” them and puts herself in their shoes to make client concerns and needs her priority. She also provides training for the prevention of workplace harassment and discrimination, as well as training related to recruiting, performance management, internal investigations and compliance with FMLA/disability laws.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lynne Anne Anderson