Staying current on labor and employment rules and regulations is a huge task, one for which many employers aren’t properly equipped. If you ask Tiffany how employers can mitigate legal issues, her recommendations include treating employees objectively and consistently, centralizing HR duties and implementing written policies and procedures, and asking supervisors to document everything. Tiffany’s proactive style to reduce risks means getting involved early to avoid employment-related violations and costly litigation. She is in frequent communication with her clients so there’s no fear of not hearing from legal counsel.
Regardless of your employment issue, Tiffany has faced it and resolved it. Her experience representing employers before administrative agencies on a broad range of employment law and litigation matters, as well as in state and federal court shows that Tiffany provides the full scope of business advice, not just one-time legal advice.
Her representative work includes:
When not working directly with clients, Tiffany facilitates communication between the firm and Next Gen attorneys. This opportunity provides a forum for discussion of firm policies and practices for non-partner attorneys in their first ten years of practice.