This week on the Cover Your Assets Podcast, my nephew, Thom Jennings (affectionately known as Thom Jr.), joins me and my brother (also Thom Jennings) to talk about interview questions. Thom Jr. is an executive recruiter who has some interesting insights into the interview process. Have a listen!
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An exceptionally effective litigator, Kathleen regularly defends and advises employers in discrimination, sexual harassment, restrictive covenant enforcement, wrongful discharge, and wage-and-hour matters. She also works with clients to avoid litigation by developing and administering effective human resources policies and practices and providing on-site training to management and employees. The quantum of experience before state and federal courts which Kathleen brings to every case in virtually unsurpassed among labor and employment practitioners. In addition to her many years defending employers in an array of matters Kathleen has devoted years of practice to criminal law and general commercial litigation, practices which afforded the opportunity to appear before judges on a near daily basis. This deep well of knowledge regarding the presentation of issues and the rhythms of various tribunals from state and federal courts, to the National Labor Relations Board, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other state and federal agencies gives Kathleen an edge in making her clients’ voices heard. Kathleen’s notable engagements include: Fidelity Interior Const., Inc. v. Southeastern Carpenters Regional Council, 675 F.3d 1250 (1th Cir. 2012): Eleventh Circuit affirmed $1.7 million verdict in favor of interior contractor against union in a secondary boycott action. Amusement Sales, Inc. v. State, 316 Ga.App. 727 (2012): Civil forfeiture case. Morgan Stanley DW, Inc. v. Frisby, 163 F.Supp.2d 1371 (N.D. Ga. 2001): restrictive covenant case (securities industry). View all posts by kathleenjennings01