Lowndes Welcomes Of Counsel Jyllian Bradshaw to Labor & Employment Law Group

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Lowndes is pleased to announce that Jyllian R. Bradshaw has joined the firm as an Of Counsel attorney in the firm’s Labor & Employment Law Group. She will be based out of the firm’s Orlando office.

“We are excited to welcome Jyllian to our practice,” said Rachel D. Gebaide, chair of the Labor and Employment Law Group at the firm. “Jyllian brings a wealth of knowledge and experience across a wide range of labor and employment law matters that will further expand our ability to counsel clients on the many complex issues impacting employers in today’s workplace.”

Bradshaw concentrates her practice on representing management in a broad range of employment issues, labor matters, litigation, and counseling. She represents employers in collective bargaining and union matters, as well as the defense of employment disputes, such as claims of discrimination, retaliation, whistleblowing, and wage and hour violations. With her extensive knowledge and experience regarding safety and compliance issues in the workplace, Jyllian regularly counsels management on state and federal workplace laws, leave laws, FMLA, ADA, and affirmative action compliance. She also advises employers on strategies for reductions-in-staff, restructuring, and wage and hour issues.

As former general counsel to the Dayton City School District and a former high school teacher in Orange County, Florida, Jyllian is particularly well-positioned to assist education clients with resolving complex legal issues and providing guidance on day-to-day employee-related matters and policy decisions. Further, she has deep experience assisting educational institutions with student compliance issues such as special education, student records privacy, and student code of conduct matters. She is also a Level 2 Title IX certified investigator.

Jyllian Bradshaw is admitted to practice in Ohio and Pennsylvania; Florida Bar admission pending

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