An experienced litigator and problem-solver, Beth’s practice encompasses all aspects of labor and employment litigation, advice and counseling.
With a broad knowledge-base and deep experience in education-industry litigation and counseling, Beth has successfully represented clients in state and federal court, as well as in administrative proceedings and government investigations. During the early days of the pandemic, Beth focused her practice on policy development designed to mitigate risk for employees and the general public, while supporting clients’ individual business needs during the most challenging of times.
Representing public and private school, hospitality, and retail clients in lawsuits, agency proceedings, and government investigations on a variety of matters, including various types of employment disputes.
Advising clients in matters relating to employment discrimination, workplace harassment, retaliation, medical leave, wrongful discharge, traditional labor law, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants and termination of employment.
Drafting policies and employment-related documents, including employment agreements, employee handbooks, student/parent handbooks, and vendor agreements.
Investigating highly sensitive discrimination allegations, including allegations involving highly placed members of corporate entities, unionized employees, and minors, as well as those arising under Title IX.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Elizabeth L. Sherwood