Heather F. Crow

Experience

Ms. Crow, a native of Mayo, Florida, joined the firm in 2010. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Crow worked as a Series 7 licensed securities and investment representative and a freelance writer. Ms. Crow currently represents employers in various areas of employment and labor law. Ms. Crow has represented employers in various areas of labor and employment law, litigating discrimination, harassment and wage-hour cases, investigating employee complaints, advising employers on employment policies, hiring, disciplining, and wage-payment issues, and representing companies in proceedings before governmental agencies such as the EEOC and various state agencies, and in state and federal courts. She handles matters including the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Title VII, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, drug tests, state law issues, and contract disputes. Ms. Crow has worked with clients in multiple industries, including health care, manufacturing, consulting and technology.

Additional Experience

Employment Law A-Z Seminar, presenter
Author, Reasonable Accommodation and the Employer’s Obligation — What’s the Trigger?, HR Professionals Magazine.

Education

LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, J.D./Graduate Diploma
of Civil Law, cum laude, 2010
(Louisiana Law Review, associate; publication,
Collective Scienter, Clearing the PSLRA Pleading Hurdle, 2010)
(Journal of Civil Law Studies, Graduate Editor)
(Moot Court, Labor and Employment Team)
(Louisiana Supreme Court, Extern)
University of Louisiana at Monroe, M.A., 1998
(Graduate Assistant)
University of Florida, B.S., 1994

Memberships

American Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
Florida Bar Association

Admissions

Louisiana Bar
Florida Bar

Federal Courts

E.D. Louisiana
M.D. Louisiana
W.D. Louisiana
N.D. Florida
M.D. Florida
S.D. Florida
United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

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