Fisher Phillips Elects New Partners
ATLANTA, GA (January 4, 2016) – Fisher Phillips announced that two attorneys have been elected to partner. The new partners are based in two different offices around the country and their promotions were effective January 1, 2016.
Fisher Phillips Chairman and Managing Partner Roger Quillen said: “Our clients already benefit from the superb knowledge, experience and service these new partners bring to their work every day. Each has a focus and a commitment that helps clients maneuver through the complex issues involved with workplace legal issues.”
Kevin E. Hess in Columbus, Ohio, focuses on workplace health and safety, counseling employers on compliance with employment-related laws. He defends clients against discrimination charges in state and federal courts, directs clients through agency audits and counsels regularly on policy issues including termination and accommodation. Hess represents companies in the manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, construction, retail and services industries on matters involving public policy torts, occupational disease, disability claims, wrongful discharge, OSHA citations and compliance, retaliation, grievances, unfair labor practice charges, and regulatory compliance. He has extensive administrative experience advocating before the Ohio Industrial Commission and Bureau of Workers’ Compensation on a variety of matters such as general claims, medical reimbursement, self-insurance, rate assessments and coverage. He was selected for inclusion in Ohio Super Lawyers - Rising Stars. Hess received his law degree from the University of Dayton.
Reyburn W. Lominack in Columbia, South Carolina, is certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court as a Specialist in Employment and Labor Law. He represents employers of all sizes in state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as administrative tribunals. He regularly advises clients on day-to-day employment issues arising under a variety of statutes. Lominack assists employers with traditional labor matters, including union avoidance campaigns, unfair labor practice charges, grievance arbitrations, and collective bargaining negotiations. He represents employers in industries such as sales, financial services, and insurance on both the plaintiff and defense side in employee defection matters, including lawsuits involving non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure agreements, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and state trade secret and unfair trade practice statutes. He is a contributing editor for The Developing Labor Law and Employment at Will treatises, published by the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, as well as the South Carolina Employment Law Reference Guide, published by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. He was selected to be one of Greater Columbia Business Monthly's Legal Elites of the Midlands in 2015. He earned his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.