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Jennifer S. Cluverius

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Overview

Jennie Cluverius provides daily counsel to employers, including federal contractors, in employment and labor-related, as well as other business-related matters. She represents employers in federal and state court litigation, and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission, and the Department of Employment and Workforce. Jennie regularly works with management clients on disputes involving ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA, Title VII, and NLRA claims, as well as claims such as breach of contract, wrongful termination, unlawful disclosure of trade secrets, and workers’ compensation retaliation. Her practice also encompasses representing clients in non-employment related complex civil litigation and commercial disputes.  Jennie regularly advises many of South Carolina’s most prominent banks, manufacturers, and other businesses, and also enjoys working with many of the state’s finest home-grown businesses.   

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Education
  • University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2006
    • Seven-time CALI/American Jurisprudence Award Winner
    • Order of the Coif
    • Order of the Wig and Robe
  • Clemson University's Calhoun Honor's College, B.A. in both History and English, summa cum laude, and departmental honors, 2002
Bar Admissions
  • South Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina
Civic & Professional Memberships
  • South Carolina Bar
  • Spartanburg and Greenville County Bar Associations
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers’ Association
  • Happy Wheels, Inc. Board of Directors
  • Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce
  • Spartanburg Chamber Diversity Committee
  • Spartanburg Downtown Association
  • The Gridley Club
  • Colonel Elias Earle Historic District Association

 

Jennie Recognized

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  • Elected and serving as Happy Wheels, Inc. Board Member, 2013 and 2014
  • Board Member for Columbia Chapter of Society of Human Resource Managers, 2011
  • Co-Chair of the South Carolina Chamber’s Women In Business Planning Committee, 2009-2014
  • Guest Speaker, South Carolina Hospital Association’s Management Academy, 2013 and 2014
  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Thompson Publishing Group’s Family Medical Leave Handbook
  • Frequent Guest Speaker, Columbia Society of Human Resource Managers, 2010-2013
  • Past Judge for South Carolina Mock Trial Competition, sponsored by the South Carolina Bar’s Law Related Education Division
  • Participant in the Nexsen Pruet Women’s Leadership Initiative’s “Next Steps” Program, speaking to middle school girls on topics related to their development as future leaders
Overview

Jennie regularly writes, speaks, and provides interviews on labor and employment matters, as well as litigation-related issues.  Recently, she discussed employment-related social media issues on Carolina Works, and provided insight about maternity leave issues to Palmetto Parent magazine.  She is also a member of the Thompson Publishing Group’s Editorial Advisory Board and is a regular speaker at Nexsen Pruet’s employment law breakfast briefings in the firm’s Greenville office. 

Some of Jennie’s published articles include the following:

  • “Tell Your Employees to Park Before Texting,” published in the Charleston Regional Business Journal
  • “E-Communication! E-Accountability! Egads! Liability Concerns for Employers in a Wired World,” published in the Charleston Regional Business Journal
  • “Employers Do Not Have to Reinstate Workers if Reason to Terminate is Nondiscriminatory,” published in the Thompson Publishing Group’s FMLA Handbook
  • “Consider Interplay of State and Federal FMLA When Domestic Partnerships are in Question,” published in the Thompson Publishing Group’s FMLA Handbook

Jennie is a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina.  Outside of Nexsen Pruet, Jennie is the mother of a beautiful daughter and she is married to Jake Cluverius.  She proudly volunteers her time to Happy Wheels, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that delivers toys to sick children in hospitals across the state of South Carolina.  Jennie is also an active member at her church, Downtown Presbyterian, enjoys spending time with her pug, Beans, and working on her historic home, and is an avid fan of anything Disney.   

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“It is critical to maintain, not only a legal, but a distinct personal relationship with each of my clients.  If I am not someone they want to call or see outside of our legal relationship, such as when they experience life’s successes or problems, I have no business doing their legal work.”