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Brittany Skemp to Serve on a Virtual Panel for Minnesota Women Lawyer's Member Monday Series

January 11, 2021

Brittany Skemp, attorney in Maslon's Labor & Employment Group, will serve on a virtual panel for Minnesota Women Lawyer's Member Monday Series, titled "Looking Forward, Looking Back" on January 11, 2020. The panel featuring women lawyers with diverse career paths and levels of experience, will examine how ongoing changes in the legal profession have impacted the ways in which women develop, navigate, and advance their careers, as well as how they define success. Panelists will also address both the challenges of this past year of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as their longer term experiences in the profession.

To learn more or to register, go to: Minnesota Women Lawyers, Looking Forward, Looking Back: Supporting Each Other as We Navigate a Changing Legal Workplace.

Brittany works with employers to obtain favorable solutions in various types of employment disputes. She has experience counseling across a broad range of employment issues including wage and hour compliance, discrimination, harassment, leaves of absence, non-compete agreements, and significant changes or developments in the law.

Brittany has represented clients in numerous complex class- and collective-action lawsuits across the country. Her recent litigation experience includes defending discrimination and retaliation claims brought under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, Minnesota Whistleblower Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Title VII. She has also represented thousands of class members in claims for unpaid wages.

Brittany was selected for inclusion on the Minnesota Rising Stars list, a designation given to only 2.5 percent of Minnesota attorneys each year. She has also published and presented on timely employment law topics locally.


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