Abigail helps employers avoid litigation and/or business interruption through training and counseling on issues such as compliance with discrimination and leave laws; evaluating and discharging employees; drug and alcohol testing; and developing legally sound personnel policies and employee handbooks. When disputes are inevitable, Abigail defends employers in matters such as state and federal single-plaintiff actions involving harassment, discrimination, retaliation, violations of wage and hour law, and restrictive covenant issues. Abigail also assists and defends employers through agency investigations. She also has experience defending employers in federal and state class actions.
Abigail guides employers through emerging trends in the marketplace. For example, she assists employers/companies in avoiding and defending Title III Americans with Disabilities Act cases, specifically concerning website accessibility. In addition to defending any state or federal actions brought against the company under Title III of the ADA, Abigail assists clients in drafting accessibility policies and statements.
Abigail earned her undergraduate degree from Transylvania University. Abigail earned her law degree from Rutgers University School of Law.