Molly Hughes Cherry practices in the litigation and in the employment and labor groups.
Mrs. Cherry received her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, in Government and Spanish from Wofford College where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Mrs. Cherry graduated cum laude from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where she was a member of the South Carolina Law Review, the Order of the Wig and Robe, the Order of the Barristers, the ABA Moot Court Team, and the John Belton O'Neall Inn of Court.
- Certified Specialist in Employment and Labor Law by the South Carolina Supreme Court
- South Carolina Employment & Labor Law Specialization Advisory Board Member
- Prior to joining Nexsen Pruet, Mrs. Cherry clerked for the Honorable David C. Norton of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, Charleston Division.
- Best Lawyers in America, Labor & Employment Law since 2008
- Super Lawyers, Labor & Employment Law since 2008
- Benchmark Litigation, "Future Litigation Star"
- SC Bar Employment and Labor Law Section, President
- Tort and Insurance Practices Section of the SC Bar, Council Member
- USC Compleat Lawyer Silver Award
- 2009 Leadership in Law Award
- Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Recognized By Peers; Twenty-Eight Named to 2013 Super Lawyers® List for South Carolina
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce the attorneys who have been listed in the 2013 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers®.
- Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Named to the 2013 Edition of Best Lawyers in America®
Nexsen Pruet attorneys have been named to the Best Lawyers in America® list for 2013.
- Cherry and McWilliams Named to List of Top 250 Women in Litigation
Nexsen Pruet attorneys Molly Hughes Cherry and Susi McWilliams have been named as two of the Top 250 Women in Litigation by legal publishers Benchmark Litigation.
- Attorneys Recognized By Peers; Twenty-Four Named to 2012 Super Lawyers® List for South Carolina
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce that twenty-four attorneys have been listed in the 2012 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers®.
- Legal Publication Recognizes Five Nexsen Pruet Attorneys
Five attorneys have been recognized by Benchmark Litigation.
- Molly Cherry to Chair SC Bar's Employment and Labor Law Section
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce that partner (member) Molly Cherry has been elected Chair of the SC Bar's Employment and Labor Law Section.
- 62 Attorneys Named to the 2012 Edition of Best Lawyers®
Nexsen Pruet is proud to announce that 62 of its attorneys have been named to the 2012 edition of Best Lawyers®.
The July 18th edition of GSA Business details South Carolina's new illegal immigration law in an article entitled "Crackdown - Businesses to bear burden of proving employees’ citizenship as state strengthens illegal immigration laws.""
- Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Recognized By Peers; Sixteen Named to 2011 Super Lawyers® List for South Carolina
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce that sixteen attorneys have been listed in the 2011 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers®. Those attorneys practice in firm’s Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and Myrtle Beach offices.
- "Tell your employees to park before texting"
On March 1st, The Charleston Regional Business Journal published an article written by Nexsen Pruet attorneys Molly Hughes Cherry and Jennie Cluverius.
- "Liability concerns for employers in a wired world"
On February 15th, The Charleston Regional Business Journal published an article written by Nexsen Pruet attorneys Molly Hughes Cherry and Jennie Cluverius.
- Cherry to Serve on Advisory Board for SC Supreme Court Commission
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to announce that partner (member) Molly Hughes Cherry has agreed to serve on the Employment and Labor Law Specialization Advisory Board.
- Fifty-nine Attorneys Selected for Best Lawyers in America®; Five Practice Areas Listed Among Top in the Carolinas
Nexsen Pruet is proud to announce that 59 of its attorneys have been named to the 2011 edition of Best Lawyers®.
- Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Recognized by Their Peers
Nineteen Nexsen Pruet attorneys have been named to the 2010 list of South Carolina Super Lawyers®.
- Molly Hughes Cherry & Bob Coble Honored with Leadership in Law Award
South Carolina Lawyers Weekly has honored Molly Hughes Cherry and Bob Coble with their Leadership in Law award.
- Fifty-eight Attorneys Selected for Best Lawyers in America®
Fifty-eight Nexsen Pruet attorneys will be included in the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.
- USC Law School Honors Nexsen Pruet Attorneys
The USC Law School Alumni Association’s Compleat Lawyer Awards Dinner honored two Nexsen Pruet attorneys.
- Twenty-Five Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Named Among South Carolina’s Super Lawyers®
Twenty-five Nexsen Pruet attorneys have been named to the 2009 list of South Carolina Super Lawyers®.
- Two Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Honored with Compleat Lawyer Award
Nexsen Pruet announces prestigious recognition for two of the firm’s attorneys. Bob Coble has been selected as a Platinum 2009 Compleat Lawyer and Molly Hughes Cherry has been selected as a Silver 2009 Compleat Lawyer.
- "Seminar explores how new FMLA, ADA changes will affect employers"
The January 26th edition of South Carolina Lawyers Weekly features an article about Nexsen Pruet seminars in which employers learned about changes to the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.
- "Wind Pool Expansion in South Carolina: One Year Later"
The January 2009 edition of South Carolina Business features an article written by Nexsen Pruet attorney Molly H. Cherry.
- Molly Hughes Cherry Named to Board of S.C. Womens Lawyers' Association
Molly Hughes Cherry, a Member (partner) in Nexsen Pruet’s Charleston office, has been named to the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Womens Lawyers’ Association.
- 45 Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Selected for Best Lawyers
Columbia, SC – Forty-five Nexsen Pruet attorneys will be included in the 2009 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. The publication also ranks Nexsen Pruet #1 in eleven practice areas in South Carolina and three in North Carolina.
- 18 Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Named Among South Carolina's "Super Lawyers"
- Molly Hughes Named to Wofford College Alumni Executive Council
- 38 Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Names To "The Best Lawyers in America 2008"
Thirty-eight attorneys from Nexsen Pruet, LLC were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2008 – including six who have now earned the honor for 10 years or more.
- Molly Hughes Selected for Leadership South Carolina
Mary L. (“Molly”) Hughes, a Member (partner) in Nexsen Pruet’s Charleston office, has been chosen for the 2007 class of Leadership South Carolina.
- Molly Hughes Earns Spot on "40 Under 40" List From Charleston Regional Business Journal
Mary ("Molly") L. Hughes, a Member in Nexsen Pruet's Charleston office, has been named to the Charleston Regional Business Journal's "40 Under 40" list for 2006.
- Molly Hughes, John Emerson Certified As Specialists in Employment and Labor Law
The South Carolina Supreme Court has certified Nexsen Pruet attorneys Mary ("Molly") L. Hughes and John F. Emerson as Specialists in Employment and Labor Law.
- To Pay or Not to Pay? The Test for the Unpaid Intern
As the end of another academic year approaches, college students across the country are seeking summer employment opportunities.
- FMLA's Twentieth Birthday
On February 5, 2013, the Family and Medical Leave Act turned 20 years old. Coinciding with this milestone, the U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new final rule, which codifies further additions and revisions to the FMLA. This newsletter highlights some of the changes.
- New I-9 Form Shows More Changes May be in Store for Employers
On March 8, 2013, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a new two-page version of Form I-9, together with six pages of instructions. This article explains some of the notable features of the revised Form I-9.
- Update: Noncompete Agreements in SC are Worth More Than the Paper They're Written On
In light of the restrictive nature with which South Carolina courts have historically viewed noncompetition agreements, many people assume they are not enforceable and, in essence, “not worth the paper they’re written on.” However, in January of this year, the South Carolina Court of Appeals upheld a physician’s noncompetition agreement and expanded the scope of enforceable noncompetition agreements in this state.
- Employment Law Update: U.S. Supreme Court Set to Define "Supervisor" for Purposes of Title VII
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a case that could have a significant impact on employer liability. Specifically, as the result of an appeal in Vance v. Ball State University, et al, 646 F.3d 461 (7th Cir. 2011), the Court is poised to decide who qualifies as a “supervisor” for purposes of liability under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
- 2012 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam Answer Key
We received a great response to the 2012 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam. Thanks to all of our clients and friends who participated this year.
- 2012 Employment and Labor Law Final Exam
As 2012 comes to a close, it is time to put your employment and labor law knowledge to the test with Nexsen Pruet’s second annual final exam. We will send out answers to the exam in two weeks.
- Employment Law Update: Employers Face FCRA Update Deadline of January 1, 2013
Effective January 1, 2013, there is a new form that employers must provide prospective or current employees when conducting background checks subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
- Employment Law Update: Recent Cases Address Employer Efforts to Protect Confidential Information
In recent months, both the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over federal cases in North and South Carolina, and the South Carolina Supreme Court have addressed the issue of protecting trade secrets and confidential information.
- Employment Law - Business Immigration Update
Over the past few months, there have been several immigration developments that could have a significant impact on businesses in North and South Carolina. This update summarizes the key developments for employers.
- Employment Law Update - Employers Beware: NLRB Challenges Established HR Practices
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a number of recent opinions questioning and, in some instances, invalidating common employer practices and policies on the grounds of protecting employee rights under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The impact of these decisions on handbook disclaimers and investigative procedures is addressed below.
- Employment Law Update - Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Upcoming Deadlines Require Employer Action
After months of anticipation and seemingly endless public debate, the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision
upholding the key individual mandate provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). While the
significance of the decision cannot be overestimated, the real import is its practical effect on employers.
- New Rule Makes “Reasonable Factors Other Than Age” Defense More Difficult for Employers
On March 29, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a final rule making it more difficult for
employers to establish a “reasonable factor other than age” defense for disparate impact claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
- Recent Guidelines for Employers of Active Duty & Veteran Service Members
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has issued timely and relevant guidance for employers addressing protections afforded veterans under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Keep Your Ears Peeled: Employment Law Update on the FLSA's "Anti-retaliation" Provision
In this issue we describe and discuss a recent federal appeals court decision concluding that internal complaints about pay may be protected by the FLSA’s anti-retaliation provision.
- Employment Law Update: Romance in the Workplace: You, Me and our Employer?
As Valentine's Day approaches, here are some interesting facts for employers to consider.
- Recent Ruling that Class Action Waivers are Illegal Shows NLRB Remains Active
On January 3, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that a class action waiver in a mandatory employment arbitration agreement is illegal.
- "The ADA Amendments Act of 2008: Practical Implications for Employers in 2012 and Beyond"
Nexsen Pruet attorney Molly Hughes Cherry co-authored an article discussing the impact of amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act for the International Association of Defense Counsel's Defense Counsel Journal.
- I-9 Compliance: Avoiding Traps of New Federal Security Features
A redesigned federal document is leading to confusion as businesses try to comply with the I-9 requirement.
- Employment Law Update - January 2012
As employers plan for 2012, the inherent risk posed by departing employees presents an opportunity to reevaluate measures used to protect confidential information and trade secrets from the high cost of misappropriation.
- NLRB Delays Requirement for Employers to Post Pro-Union Notice
On August 25, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued regulations requiring virtually all employers to post a large notice to employees informing them of rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), particularly their right to unionize. Employers must post the notice beginning April 30th, 2012.
- Employment Law Update - December 2011
The EEOC is processing a record number of charges and collecting record settlement amounts. It is pursuing an aggressive systemic enforcement program and focusing on hiring issues. In this edition we discuss what the EEOC is doing and some of the implications for employers.
- 2011 Employment and Labor Law - Final Exam Answer Key
Last week's final exam generated tremendous response from Nexsen Pruet clients and friends. Congratulations to our winners.
- 2011 Employment and Labor Law - Final Exam
It's time to test your knowledge of the current state of employment and labor law.
- Pro-Union NLRB Presents Challenges to Employers: Employment Law Update - October 2011
Recent pro-union decisions and proposed rules by the NLRB pose challenges for employers.
- Wrongful Discharge Claims Limit Employment At-Will Doctrine in North and South Carolina: Employment Law Update - September 2011 Supplemental
Employment in North and South Carolina is at-will, which generally means an employer can terminate an employee at any time without notice. However, both states have long-recognized exceptions to the employment-at-will doctrine, including provisions that an employee cannot be discharged for reasons that contravene the “public policy” of the state.
- Employment Law Update - August 2011 Supplemental
This edition is about a United States Supreme Court decision that illustrates the importance of using clear wording when drafting employee invention assignment agreements.
- Employment Law Update - August 2011
South Carolina and North Carolina have passed state immigration laws mandating employment verification and imposing penalties for failure to comply.
- Employment Law Update - July 2011
Employers are increasingly disciplining workers over misuse of social media. At issue in so-called “Facebook Firing” cases is whether terminating employees for making disparaging online posts, and having policies prohibiting such posts, violates federal labor law.
- Employment Law Update - June 2011
This edition analyzes the EEOC's new final regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008.
- Employment Law Update - May 2011
The United States Supreme Court recently ruled that the anti-retaliation provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) extends to an employee’s oral complaints.
- Employment Law Update - April 2011
In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that an employer can be held liable for employment discrimination based upon the discriminatory animus of a supervisor who influenced, but did not make, the ultimate employment decision.
- "Liability Concerns For Employers in a Wired World" & "Tell your employees to park before texting"
In early 2011, the Charleston Regional Business Journal published a two-part article written by Nexsen Pruet attorneys Molly Hughes Cherry and Jennie Cluverius.
- Employment Law Update - March 2011
A new U.S. Supreme Court decision allows third-party retaliation claims under Title VII.
- Employment Law Update - February 2011
This edition reviews inclement weather wage and hour issues.
- Employment Law Update - January 2011
Pregnancy discrimination claims are on the rise; and the NLRB proposes a mandatory pro-union poster for all employers.
- Employment Law Update - December 2010
New final regulations under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act were published by the EEOC in November and will take effect January 10, 2011.
- Employment Law Update - November 2010
This edition addresses the enforceability of non-competition agreements in the Carolinas.
- Employment Law Update - October 2010
This edition focuses on a recent lawsuit brought by the EEOC on behalf of an applicant who claims his employer discriminated against him because of his religion in violation of federal law. The applicant requested the employer make an exception to its grooming policy for religious reasons. The article also mentions steps employers can take to minimize the risk of religious discrimination claims.
- The Carolinas Insurance Litigation Review
This issue of the Carolinas Insurance Litigation Review includes:
- "Challenging Policyholder Claims for Bad Faith and Punitive Damages" for North Carolina
- "Combating Policyholder Bad Faith and Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing Claims" for South Carolina
- Employment Law Update - September 2010 Supplemental
Part two of a two-part OSHA Update describing what employers can expect in connection with an inspection conducted by South Carolina OSHA and how to contest citations.
- Employment Law Update - September 2010
The U.S. Supreme Court continues to issue rulings favorable to arbitration agreements in the employment setting.
- Employment Law Update - August 2010 Supplemental
Part one of a two-part OSHA Update describing what employers can do to prepare for an inspection conducted by South Carolina OSHA.
- Employment Law Update - August 2010
This edition of the newsletter summarizes a Fact Sheet issued by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) setting out the agency's view of unpaid internships.
- Employment Law Update - June 2010
This edition reviews a recent decision by the Fourth Circuit federal appeals court examining who is a "supervisor" for purposes of holding a company liable for sexual harassment conduct by a supervisor.
- Employment Law Update - May 2010
On March 30, 2010, Governor Sanford signed legislation restructuring, and renaming, the South Carolina Employment Security Commission, and amending the state's employment security law. This month's update describes some of the changes that have taken place at the agency and in the benefits claims process.
- Employment Law Update - April 2010
Employer wins ADA suit brought by medical intern who could not perform the essential functions of his job with or without a reasonable accommodation.
- Employment Law Alert: The HIRE Act and FICA Taxation of Severance Benefits
Hiring for the HIRE Act: Federal Legislation Offers Substantial Incentives for Bringing on New Workers and Important New Development Affecting FICA Taxation of Severance Benefits
- Employment Law Update - March 2010
This edition describes new audit initiatives by the IRS and DOL that focus on potential misclassification of workers as independent contractors when they are, in fact, employees, as well as potential misclassification of employees as exempt from wage and hour laws when they do not meet the requirements for exempt status.
- Employment Law Update - February 2010
This month's Employment Law Update addresses some of the legal risks associated with employee use of blackberries and cell phones after work hours or while driving.
- Employment Law Update - January 2010
As the new year gets underway, the January edition of the Update discusses four resolutions employers will want to consider.
- Employment Law Update - December 2009
This edition addresses employment law issues arising from employee and employer use of online social networking sites.
- Managing the Holidays
Employers who fail to consider holiday-related legal issues may end up having a blue Christmas. In addition to sugarplums, below are two issues to ponder as the holiday season approaches: the office party and holiday pay and time off.
- Employment Law Update - October 2009
This edition focuses on the EEOC's recent publication that addresses waivers of discrimination claims in employee severance agreements; the EEOC reminds employers and employees about requirements for valid and enforceable releases, especially when the releases are for employees age 40 and older.
- Employment Law Update - August 2009
This edition focuses on three Department of Labor opinion letters that address how cost-cutting strategies like mandatory furloughs and reduced workweeks may affect an employee's exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act. It also updates pending North Carolina legislation that, if passed, would require private sector employers to use E-Verify to check the legal status of new hires.
- Employment Law Update - July 2009
This edition discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc. decision, which recognized a more stringent standard of proof for employees bringing claims under the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). According to the Court, a plaintiff asserting a disparate-treatment claim under the ADEA must prove that age was the “but-for” cause of an adverse employment action, as opposed to a mere “motivating factor.”
- Employment Law Update - June 2009 Supplemental
Starting July 1, 2009, private employers in South Carolina with 100 or more employees
must comply with the employment verification requirements of the South Carolina Illegal
Immigration Reform Act.
- Employment Law Update - June 2009
This edition focuses on recent court decisions striking down restrictive covenants for being overly broad and highlights the need to narrowly tailor non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.
- Employment Law Update - May 2009
This edition explains why many employers are seeking privileged legal compliance reviews of their compensation practices and documentation in the aftermath of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
A brief video update on immigration compliance developments is available by clicking here. Then, click on the video entitled "Immigration."
- LESSONS FROM BEIJING... How a Crisis Involving Substance Abuse Can Become an Opportunity
Molly Hughes Cherry authored an article entitled "LESSONS FROM BEIJING... How a Crisis Involving Substance Abuse Can Become an Opportunity" for the May 2009 edition of South Carolina Lawyer magazine.
- Employment Law Update - March 2009
This edition describes the recently enacted Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which extends the time period in which employees can pursue pay discrimination claims.
- Employment Law Update - February 2009 - Special COBRA Edition
The economic stimulus law signed by President Obama on February 17, 2009, contains significant changes to COBRA, providing for a premium subsidy for eligible employees and also giving eligible individuals another chance to elect COBRA.
- Employment Law Update - February 2009
This edition summarizes laws and issues that can impact Carolinas employers when downsizing or otherwise reducing payroll or schedules.
- Wind Pool Expansion in South Carolina: One Year Later
The January 2009 edition of South Carolina Business features an article written by Nexsen Pruet attorney Molly H. Cherry.
- Employment Law Update - January 2009
This edition summarizes key provisions of the new FMLA regulations, which will require substantial changes in employer policies and practices.
- Employment Law Update - December 2008
2009 promises to bring many changes and challenges for employers and their human resources departments. This edition identifies employment and labor law compliance issues that can be addressed through audits and employee surveys, as well as policy reviews and training.
- Employment Law Update - October 2008
This edition summarizes the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), which expands the protections against discrimination based on disability included in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADAAA in effect overrules U.S. Supreme Court decisions that narrowly interpreted the ADA.
- Lawyers as Employers- Part 1
Lawyers as Employers: Hiring, Firing and Everything in Between.
- Overview And Update On Wind Pool Expansion In South Carolina
Earlier this year, South Carolina passed new legislation revising the system for providing windstorm insurance in the state. The new legislation is an effort to provide relief for some coastal home owners faced with exponentially increasing insurance premiums by impacting the private insurance market in such a way as to make insurance more affordable in the state.
- Premises Liability: The Exposure Your Business May Have Overlooked
Premises liability exposure arises in a variety of manners, from the slippery restaurant floor caused by food falling off the salad bar, to a wet floor at the bank’s entrance from the rain being tracked in by customers, to the attractive nuisance on a construction site created by building activities.
- Employment Law Update - January 2008
This edition analyzes the recent decision of the National Labor Relations Board upholding an e-mail policy that prohibited employees from using the employer's e-mail system to send “non-job-related solicitations.” This Update also contains a Benefits Alert describing a new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission rule allowing employers to coordinate retiree health plans with Medicare.
- Employment Law Update--December 2007 Special Immigration Edition
This edition gives a status report on the Department of Homeland Security's rule, announced in August 2007, addressing what employers should do upon receipt of a "no-match" letter from the Social Security Administration. Implementation of the rule was recently enjoined by a federal judge, and DHS is working on a revised rule. The article goes on to provide pointers on what employers can do in response to no-match letters pending publication of the revised rule.
- Employment Law Update - December 2007
The end of the year and the accompanying holidays often bring requests by employees for time off for the religious observances and requests to display religious symbols at work.
- Employment Law Update - August 2007
On July 3, 2007, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit reinstated a decision it rendered in 2005, but later vacated, that employers cannot enforce a release of claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) unless the release has been approved by a court or the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
- Employment & Labor Law Desk Reference For The Carolinas
- Employment Law Update - January 2007
Amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure pertaining to the exchange of electronic data during course of litigation went into effect on December 1, 2006.
- Employment Law Update - November 2006
National Labor Relations Board's Recent Decision May Mean More "Supervisors" for Hospitals and Other Employers
- Employment Law Update - October 2006
On August 17, 2006, President Bush signed the 900-plus page Pension Protection Act of 2006 ("PPA"), putting in place many reforms to federal tax and employee benefit laws intended to strengthen the nation's private employer retirement system.
- Employment Law Update - August 2006
U.S. Supreme Court Expands Anti-Retaliation Provision of Title VII
- Unemployment Compensation in South Carolina
New for 2006! A detailed guide to one of the most complicated and confusing areas of employment law – unemployment compensation.
- Employment Law Update - June 2006
Recent Decisions Highlight Importance Of Background Checks for Employers
- Employee Identify Theft: Employers Beware
Learn more about employers' obligations and responsibilities under state and federal law.
- Title III of the ADA: More than an Employment Statute
July 26, 2000 marked the tenth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, which was enacted to recognize and protect the civil rights of people with disabilities. To commemorate the anniversary the EEOC issued two major guidances and a status report....
- Wofford College, B.A., 1993
- University of South Carolina, J.D., 1996
Bar & Court Admissions
- South Carolina
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina
Civic & Professional Memberships
- South Carolina Women Lawyers' Association, Board of Directors
- International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) - Employment Law Committee, President; CLE Committee, President
- South Carolina Bar
- SC Bar Employment and Labor Law Section, President
- South Carolina Business One Stop (SCBOS), Business Advisory Board
- Charleston County Bar Association
- Trident Literacy Association, Board of Directors
- Tri-County Human Resources Management Association, Board of Directors
- Wofford Alumni Executive Council, President
- SC Bar Judicial Qualifications Committee, Committee Member