Amber has particular experience representing and advising clients in traditional labor relations (collective bargaining, campaigns, decertification elections, litigating unfair labor practice charges, and contract administration), trade secrets and post-employment restrictive covenant disputes, and complex employment discrimination. Amber’s practice also focuses on defending large and small employers in wage and hour collective and class litigation, and defending claims before administrative agencies, such as the NLRB, EEOC, DOL, and OFCCP. Amber also frequently provides employment advice and counseling for day-to-day employment issues, such as employee discipline, attendance issues, and the administration and interpretation of employment policies. Amber also regularly conducts and coordinates investigations involving allegations of discrimination, harassment, and other compliance matters. Amber represents clients in all industries, and has particular experience working with clients in the energy and utilities, financial institutions, health care, food processing, staffing, and retail sectors.
Amber is a contributing author to the Hunton & Williams Employment & Labor Law Perspectives blog. In addition to her work at Hunton & Williams, Amber is a dedicated volunteer at the Legal Lines Program, and Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program.
Areas of Practice
Class Action/Complex Litigation
Labor & Employment Law
Co-Chair, Oneness Diversity Luncheon series; and Founding Member and Secretary, The Network of Empowered Women (N.E.W.) Roundtable
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