Patricia E. Simon
- J.D., 1996, University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude
- B.B.A., 1993, University of Georgia, cum laude
As a labor and employment law litigator in state and federal courts, Patty has obtained favorable results for clients ranging from administrative matters to the defense of single and multiple plaintiff litigation. You’ll regularly find her providing representation before administrative agencies across the country, defending claims filed by current and former employees. Patty also advises clients on a daily basis regarding employment issues such as handbooks, policies and procedures, restrictive covenants, Federal & State discrimination laws, as well as the defense of claims involving wage and hour laws, wrongful discharge, discipline and discharge, and employment contracts.
Originally from Philadelphia but raised in Atlanta, Patty is one of the founding partners of MHS. She currently hosts seminars and trainings to both current and prospective clients on a broad range of topics related to labor and employment law, including state and federal discrimination and harassment laws and wage and hour laws.
The Accommodation Process
Sexual Harassment Training
Hiring, Firing and the Role of the Supervisor
The Family and Medical Leave Act
Tangled Web of ADA, FMLA, & Workers’ Compensation