Larae N. Cunningham
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Larae N. Cunningham focuses her practice on counseling management in all aspects of labor relations and employment law. She counsels clients on state and federal employment laws, including discipline, termination, reductions-in-force, document retention, family and medical leave, OSHA compliance, reasonable accommodation under the ADA, NLRB compliance and wage and hour issues.
Her experience includes:
- Investigating and defending single-plaintiff employment litigation regarding discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims before federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies including the EEOC and FINRA.
- Conducting investigations regarding employment grievances, including interviewing and preparing witnesses for deposition testimony.
- Counseling clients regarding employee handbooks, employment contracts, pre-employment testing policies, confidentiality agreements, non-compete agreements and separation agreements
Ms. Idleman is an associate in Obermayer’s Labor Relations & Employment Law Department. Prior to joining Obermayer, Ms. Idleman was an associate for a New York law firm where she practiced labor and employment law. She was also an associate at a Texas firm, where she focused on public law, representing public and private school districts and universities. Additionally, Ms. Idleman served previously as a professional recruiter for a legal recruiting firm.
Professional & Civic Activities
Certified Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR)
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