Katelynn M. Gray
Katelynn Gray practices in the area of employment law and labor relations. Ms. Gray counsels employers on compliance with federal, state and local employment laws, including hiring and recruitment, employee classification, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, restrictive covenants, wage and hour, performance management, discipline and terminations, reductions in force and re-organizations, and best practices. Ms. Gray frequently defends employers in connection with litigation brought by current and former employees in state or federal court and before administrative agencies in connection with claims of discrimination, retaliation, hostile work environment, harassment and failure to comply with wage and hour rules. Ms. Gray also regularly drafts and reviews personnel policies, employee handbooks, employment contracts, and separation agreements.
Ms. Gray is a 2013 graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where she was a member of the Fordham International Law Journal, and a graduate of Fordham University.
Attorneys from Duane Morris LLP’s Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration practice provide instruction on issues that have a real-time impact on employers’ workplaces. Faculty members are highly involved members of the practice and are considered extremely knowledgeable in their respective fields.
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