Littler Adds Four Shareholders to Office in Atlanta
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Summary: Littler announced this week that four shareholders have been added to the firm’s office in Atlanta. 

Littler has announced that four shareholders have joined the firm’s office in Atlanta, according to a press release.


The four shareholders are Daniel E. Turner, Tracey Barbaree, Beth A. Moeller and Lauren H. Zeldin.

The shareholders join Littler from Ogletree Deakins in Atlanta.

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Tom Bender and Jeremy Roth, co-managing directors of the firm, said the following in a joint statement:

“The addition of high quality lateral attorneys has been an important component of strengthening our domestic and global employment law platform and we are excited to welcome Dan, Tracey, Beth and Lauren to our growing Atlanta office. Bringing in such a highly-regarded group of employment lawyers with a successful track record in class and collective actions, as well as employment litigation matters, will be a terrific complement to our world class team of employment and labor law counselors and litigators.”

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The Atlanta office managing shareholder, L. Traywick Duffie, said, “This group’s collective experience and proven track record will be a significant asset to our existing and new clients in Atlanta and across the globe. The knowledge and perspective that this group brings will further expand our already impressive capabilities in those areas where the employment litigation practice continues to see expediential growth, including class actions and collective actions involving claims of discrimination, wage and hour violations and retaliation. The fact that such a talented and established group chose to move their practices to Littler is indicative of the firm’s solid platform and of our vibrant and growing Atlanta office.”

Turner earned his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law and said, “Littler has an impressive group of attorneys in the Atlanta office. Our team was drawn to the firm’s significant capabilities in practice areas that complement our specialties, as well as Littler’s innovative approach to client service and vast global reach.”

Barbaree earned her law degree from Ohio State University College of Law.

Moeller earned her law degree from University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Zeldin earned her law degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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