Stephanie Harley, partner in the firm’s Employment and Labor Litigation Group, was recently elected to the Board of the United Services Organization (“USO”) of Northern Ohio. USO’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of the U.S. Armed Forces personnel and their families worldwide and to create a cooperative relationship between U.S. military communities and supportive civilian communities. The USO was formed in 1941 by President Roosevelt in response to the vast numbers of service men and women who needed support and assistance in maintaining a connection to their families and communities back at home while serving abroad.
Ms. Harley counsels companies on litigation avoidance, including matters involving daily personnel decisions, discipline and termination, reductions-in-force, benefits and FMLA administration, disability accommodations procedures, wage and hour issues, employee and management training, performance management, contract drafting, and policy drafting and implementation. She also works with companies on strategic planning, organizational health, and team coaching.
Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder and Case Western Reserve University Law School. She is honored to be a member of the USO of Northern Ohio’s Board and looks forward to having the opportunity to support America’s service men and women who defend our liberty and freedom at home and around the world.