Overview

Ashley Parr is an employment and labor law attorney in Nexsen Pruet’s Greenville office.  In her practice, she counsels businesses and organizations on issues ranging from policy implementation to claims of discrimination.

Ashley’s areas of focus include:

  • Development and implementation of employment policies and employee handbooks
  • Enforcement of restrictive covenants, such as covenants not to compete, non-solicitation agreements, and confidentiality agreements
  • Employment discrimination pursuant to Title VII, the ADA,  the ADEA, and disputes pursuant to the FMLA
  • Claims such as breach of contract, wrongful termination, unlawful disclosure of trade secrets, and workers’ compensation retaliation
  • Wage claims pursuant to the FLSA and the SC Payment of Wages Act
  • Advising federal contractors on their legal compliance responsibilities

In addition to her experience in employment and labor matters, Ashley also supports clients with their business litigation needs.

Before joining Nexsen Pruet, Ashley clerked for the Honorable Jean Toal, Chief Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court in Columbia, South Carolina.  She also interned for the Honorable Joseph Anderson, United States District Court Judge in Columbia.

Community & Professional

  • South Carolina Bar
  • Greenville County Bar Association
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers’ Association (SCWLA), Upstate Region Representative
  • Junior League of Greenville, LEAD Committee
  • Pro Bono First Responders Will Clinic Volunteer
  • Greenville Chamber of Commerce:  Opportunity Greenville (2016), PULSE Young Professionals
  • John Belton O'Neall Inn of Court, Student Member (2012-2013)
  • Cinderella Project, Volunteer and Committee Member

Recognitions

Included in the South Carolina Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" list in the area of Employment & Labor Law 2018

Media

  • "Private Eyes: Surveillance and Privacy in the Workplace," Nexsen Pruet's Employment Law Briefing - Greenville, May 16, 2019

News

Admissions

  • South Carolina
  • United States District Court of South Carolina
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