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Five Attorneys Named In 2014 Edition Of South Florida Legal Guide


Fisher Phillips has once again been named as one of the “Top Law Firms” in South Florida.

Five attorneys were recognized in the 2014 edition of the South Florida Legal Guide.

Each was recognized for his or her work in Labor and Employment.

Suzanne K. Bogdan is the managing partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office.
She handles all types of employment-related matters, including claims for age, race, sex, disability, religious, and national origin discrimination arising under the various civil rights laws, as well as claims involving family leave issues, wage hour matters, and breach of contract.

Partner David Buchsbaum focuses his practice on the representation of management in all areas of labor and employment law. A significant portion of his practice focuses on wage and hour law, emphasizing issues relating to minimum wage, overtime, timekeeping, and wage-payment requirements.

Partner Charles Caulkins is a member of the firm’s Management Committee and has represented employers nationally in labor and employment law matters since 1977. This includes advising employers on the development and implementation of preventive labor relations programs, including management education and training, to avoid charges and lawsuits, protect trade secrets, and resolve disputes.

Kenneth Knox is a Partner who represents employers in state and federal court litigation, including claims of unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage-hour, breach of contract and whistleblower cases. He also represents private- and public-sector employers in labor law issues brought before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the Public Employees Relations Commission.

In her more than 23 years of practice in management-side labor and employment law, Partner Cathy Stutin has tried cases involving claims for sexual harassment, race, religious and disability discrimination, retaliation and ERISA violations. She represents employers throughout the country in state and federal courts, as well as before the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other state and federal agencies.

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