Fisher Phillips Announces Jazmyn Stover as Partner in Cleveland
Fisher Phillips is pleased to announce the addition of Jazmyn J. Stover as a partner in its Cleveland office.
Jazmyn advises clients on critical workplace issues that develop at the intersection of business and employment law. She has dedicated much of her practice to helping private and public employers in the health care, hospitality, real estate and retail industries prevent employment-related risks by emphasizing proactive workforce management. When issues do arise, she has extensive experience assisting clients with workplace-related matters such as employment discrimination, wage and hour issues, unfair competition and contract disputes. Jazmyn has defended clients before administrative agencies, including the State Employment Relations Board, the Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, as well as in state and federal courts.
“The recruitment of high-caliber attorneys like Jazmyn is an important step in our strategy to grow our Cleveland office. Women make up 38 percent of our local professionals, and with the co-chair of the firm’s Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council in our office, we are focused on continuing to grow this number,” said Steve Nobil, Managing Partner of the firm's Cleveland office. “Jazmyn’s arrival, coupled with the recent addition of Lauren Tompkins, greatly expands our client service offerings and complements our diverse team of professionals.”
Jazmyn received her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2009, and her B.A. from Marietta College in 2006. She is an active member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the Norman S. Minor Bar Association and serves as a pro bono advocate with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.
The addition of Jazmyn follows the arrival of associate Lauren Tompkins, a Title IX investigator, employment and education attorney, who joined the Cleveland office in January.