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Ms. Tracey is engaged in day-to-day counseling of employers on their employment policies and handbooks, disability and leave management, discipline and termination, wage and hour issues, and the proper conduct of reductions in force. She has also conducted training sessions on anti-discrimination and anti-harassment programs, leave administration and litigation avoidance. Ms. Tracey regularly represents employers in administrative proceedings and in litigation involving claims of discrimination and harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, and violations of leave and wage and hour laws.
Ms. Tracey’s notable experience includes defending a large government contractor in multiple federal and state law actions involving claims of discrimination following a large-scale reduction in force; defending national employers in the retail and recreation industries against regional and nationwide collective actions involving Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claims for failure to pay overtime wages; defending a large regional bank against claims for violations of the Sarbanes Oxley Act; defending a large national retailer and a national restaurant chain in multiple administrative proceedings alleging discrimination and other employment law claims in Ohio and various states; and assisting a national pharmaceutical company with the conduct of a large scale reduction in force, including specific focus on WARN Act compliance, and working with gaming companies.
Ms. Tracey has been a presenter for the National Business Institute, the Ohio Manufacturers Association and other organizations, speaking on various employment laws and their interpretation, and also litigation avoidance techniques for employers in relation to employee discipline, discharge, pay and leave.
While attending the University of Cincinnati College of Law, Ms. Tracey served as an Executive member of the Moot Court Board and the Order of the Barrister. She was also the director of the College of Law's National Moot Court Competition, and a member of the Law Women and Law Women’s Athletic Societies.
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January 4, 2016
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