Amber Flaxman Young, Attorney
Amber Flaxman Young is a litigator and labor and employment lawyer who represents a diverse group of cliental, including Small Business Owners, Employers, Employees, Management, Union Members, and Union Officials. Mrs. Young's primary practice involves representation in an array of matters including overtime defense and plaintiff's work; union organizational efforts; collective bargaining negotiations; representation in arbitration and mediation proceedings and equal opportunity compliance and related administrative and judicial proceedings; defending management decisions in labor and employment discrimination cases (in civil rights discrimination, age, disability, wage and hour, occupational safety and hazard, workplace environment, defamation and other labor and employment related claims); and related complex litigation (National Labor Relations Act and ERISA).
Mrs. Young is also experienced in Policy drafting for Employers and Small Businesses for detailed Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Manuals. Our firm specializes in workshops and DVD Manuals for Management and Human Resource Departments for effective Sexual Harassment and Discrimination training as well as both Plaintiff and Defendant Sexual Harassment and Discrimination matters.
|Education:||Florida State University B.A.|
U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida 2006
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