Jill has over 18 years’ experience defending employers ranging from bars and restaurants, public and private elementary schools, high schools, and colleges and universities, to clients in logistics, trucking, timeshare, property management and small and family-owned businesses. She represents clients in litigation, EEOC charges, and other state and federal agency proceedings and provides training, day-to-day legal advice, and pragmatic solutions that are tailored to meet client needs.
Jill’s practice areas include Title VII, Title IX, the Family and Medical Leave Act, age discrimination, disability discrimination, EEOC charges and Department of Labor and Labor Commissioner complaints, at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels. Her experience includes state and federal agency on-site investigations, disability access and accommodation, sexual and racial harassment and discrimination, religious discrimination, national origin discrimination, retaliation, tenure and promotion, wrongful discharge, constructive discharge, breach of contract, and related state law tort claims. She also has prosecuted and defended numerous non-compete litigations.
Jill has successfully defended schools in teacher/student harassment, failure to accommodate students, and defended against immediate restraining order actions seeking to require student re-enrollment into educational programs.
She also conducts internal investigations and drafts and reviews employee and school policies and handbooks.