Laura M. Mallory


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Laura Mallory represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. She advises companies on a variety of employment matters and provides counsel to clients on compliance with state and federal employment laws; hiring and termination policies; drug testing and other employment related issues. Her practice also involves the drafting of separation agreements, restrictive covenants, position statements, policies and employment handbooks. Laura also represents employers against various employment claims involving allegations of discrimination, wrongful termination, FLSA violations, retaliation and others.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Laura practiced in the Nashville office of King & Ballow and in New Jersey at the law offices of Weiner Lesniak LLP, where she focused her practice on employment law matters. Following law school, Laura served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable William L’E. Wertheimer, Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division.


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