The Employment Rights Section concentrates on all aspects of employment and labor law, including Title VII, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Fair Labor Standards Act, employment discrimination, and wrongful discharge cases.
The Employment Rights Section is endowed by Mark Mandell & David Casey in honor of Brian Monaghan.
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Chair: Danielle Perry | Whitfield Bryson & Mason, LLP, Washington, DC
Chair Elect: Nicholas Thompson | The Moody Law Firm, Portsmouth, VA
Vice Chair: Chris Langone | Langone Batson, Chicago, IL
Secretary: Mary Olszewska | Genie Harrison Law Firm, Deer Isle, ME
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Immediate Past Chair: Shenoa L. Payne | Shenoa Payne, Attorney at Law, PC, Portland, OR
About AAJ's Sections
The American Association for Justice, formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA®), has 18 Sections that connect you to groups of leading practitioners and provide you with cutting-edge strategies, proven trial techniques, numerous networking opportunities, and the tools necessary to successfully litigate your cases in order to achieve a full recovery of damages for your clients.
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