Elizabeth N. Hall is an Associate in the firm’s Labor and Employment practice area. Her experience includes defending employers before state and federal courts and administrative agencies in all types of individual employee and class action labor and employment litigation, including that concerning equal employment opportunity, discrimination, harassment, wrongful and retaliatory discharges and wage and hour issues. Ms. Hall has successfully argued procedural and employment discrimination issues in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and she has particular experience managing electronic discovery in complex individual plaintiff and class action litigation.
Ms. Hall provides practical advice to employers on all types of employee-related issues, including requests for leaves of absence; FMLA and ADA compliance; effecting discipline and discharge; conducting harassment and workplace investigations; reviewing employment contracts; policy and handbook development and administration; and state and federal employment laws. She also trains clients and their employees on these topics and has authored numerous articles on workplace issues and legal updates.
Ms. Hall was selected for inclusion from 2010 to 2013 in Illinois Rising Stars, and Super Lawyers magazine named her one of the “Top Women Attorneys in Illinois” in the “Rising Star” category.