Elizabeth S. Rudnick co-chairs the employment discrimination defense practice group. Ms. Rudnick has more than twenty years of experience defending claims of employment discrimination, harassment, disability accommodation, federal civil rights violations, wage and hour disputes, retaliation, and all forms of practicing employment law. Ms. Rudnick counsels employers of all sizes regarding compliance with federal, state, and local civil rights and discrimination laws, disability accommodation procedures, family leave, wage and hour compliance, and internal harassment investigations. She handles all aspects of litigation, specializing in cases arising under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and section 1983. She is also highly experienced in responding to administrative charges brought before the EEOC and state fair employment practices administrative agencies.
Ms. Rudnick has taken the qualifying coursework to be a Rule 31 general civil mediator.
Areas of Practice:
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Tennessee Bar Association
Memphis Bar Association