L&E Attorney Ashby M. Angell Joins Baker Donelson

Monday, June 27, 2022

Ashby M. Angell, a labor and employment lawyer who assists clients with a range of issues including discrimination, sexual harassment and non-compete agreements, has joined Baker Donelson as of counsel in the Firm's Chattanooga office.

Ms. Angell focuses exclusively on labor and employment law across various industries including manufacturing, health care and media. She represents employers in legal issues involving allegations of discrimination and charges of sexual harassment, as well as non-compete agreements. She defends businesses in all aspects of labor and employment litigation and labor arbitrations, including Title VII, ADA, wage and hour, OSHA and NLRB issues. Ms. Angell also represents clients in witness interviews conducted by EEOC and local investigators, as well as traditional labor matters and arbitrations.

As part of her legal practice, Ms. Angell conducts supervisor and management trainings regarding workers' compensation, misconduct investigations and union avoidance. A member of the American, Louisville and Kentucky Bar Associations, she is recognized by Best Lawyers in America Ones to Watch in Labor and Employment Law – Management.
 




 



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