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Lisa M. Szafranic

Partner
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    Phone
    404-909-8109
    Email
    Paralegal
    Practice Areas
      • Employment Litigation
        • Discrimination, Harassment & Retaliation
        • Wrongful Termination
        • Reasonable Accomodation
        • Wage & Hour Disputes
        • Federal, State & Local Family and Medical Leave Laws
        • Employee Handbook & Workplace policies
      • Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets
        • Non-Compete Agreements
        • Breach of Contracts
    Bar Admissions
        • Georgia
        • Tennesee
    Education
      • J.D., 1998, Emory University School of Law
      • 1996, Loyola University School of Law
      • B.A., 1993, University of North Carolina
      • A.A., 1992, University of Florida

    About Lisa

    When Lisa’s not on the road defending employers against claims of wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment or violations of medical leave, she’s on the phone with state and federal administrative agencies taking a firm stand for her clients. While her focus is on a full range of labor & employment litigation issues, her legal advice on a day-to-day basis, and often in a moment of crisis, is why corporate management has come to love and value Lisa. In fact, there is practically no area of L&E law to which Lisa’s expertise doesn’t extend.  From pre- and post- employment matters, background investigations and grievance procedures to the most complex employment disputes regarding wage and hour class/collective actions, breach of contract, discrimination, retaliation or harassment, Lisa has earned a reputation as a bold and determined attorney who will fiercely defend her clients.

    Lisa joined the firm in 2000 and was named as a partner in 2005. Her Emory Law School honors as a Moot Court Member has inspired her to actively mentor law students as part of the Emory Moot Court Society.  Lisa is also a great resource for companies who want her to speak on current L&E issues and provide updates and educational opportunities in the changing landscape of employment law for employers.