Lauren “Lo” Stadler is an Associate at Wilson Elser's McLean office. She focuses her practice on employment and labor law, along with significant experience in civil rights and discrimination claims. Lo defends employers with respect to all types of employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims arising under federal, state and local laws; interference and retaliation claims under federal and state leave laws; wage-and-hour collective and single-plaintiff actions; OSHA retaliation; and other employment-related claims.
Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Lo served in the public sector, first as a judicial law clerk for Magistrate Robert J. Krask in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, and later as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia in its Civil Rights Enforcement Unit, handling complaints arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal antidiscrimination statutes.
Lo is dedicated to helping employers navigate complex federal and state antidiscrimination laws and to develop best practices for their employees.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lauren Stadler