Join Frost Brown Todd for a discussion on sexual harassment in the workplace: what it is, what it isn’t, and how to handle the grey area in between. Learn strategies for addressing current and past complaints of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior and troubleshoot the challenges of proof and discipline in these cases.
Mekesha is a member of Frost Brown Todd’s Labor and Employment Practice Group and serves as the member-in-charge of the Nashville office. She represents management in the areas of employment discrimination and wrongful discharge, union negotiations and arbitration. She has successfully represented companies defending against class and collective actions alleging employment discrimination and wage and hour violations, including class actions under the FMLA and collective actions under the FLSA. She regularly provides advice and counsel to management responding to union-initiated grievances and has represented management in numerous labor arbitrations. She also has significant experience dealing with issues arising from covenants not to compete. Please click here to learn more about Mekesha.
Anne is a senior associate in Frost Brown Todd’s Columbus office. Her practice focuses on the representation of employers in a broad spectrum of labor and employment matters including employment litigation, traditional labor work, and advising employers with their day-to-day personnel issues. Anne represents employers in both federal and state court, handling discrimination and harassment lawsuits, cases involving wrongful termination and breach of contract, and lawsuits arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act. She also enjoys counseling employers with their daily employment concerns, including leave and disciplinary issues, termination, reasonable accommodations, personnel policies and employee handbooks, and non-competition agreements. Anne also represents employers in workers’ compensation hearings before the Industrial Commission of Ohio and subsequent appeals. Please click here to learn more about Anne.