Tiffani L. McDonough
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Tiffani L. McDonough's national practice includes representing companies, hospitals and educational institutions in employment litigation involving the Family Medical Leave Act, Americans With Disabilities Act, Title VII, and the Fair Labor Standards Act. She also advises employers in trade secret and unfair competition matters. She represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment litigation including in administrative proceedings, arbitrations, state and federal court. Ms. McDonough counsels employers on a national basis in employment, personnel and human resources matters, such as, hiring and discharge, family medical leave issues, disability accommodation issues, wage and hour compliance, and the creation and implementation of workplace policies.

Prior to joining Obermayer, Ms. McDonough practiced in the area of labor and employment law at two major law firms in Philadelphia. She is a member of the Junior League of Philadelphia. While in law school, Ms. McDonough was an associate editor of the Villanova Law Review.

Ms. McDonough was named to the 2014 and 2012 Pennsylvania Rising Stars as listed in both Philadelphia magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® magazine. Rising Stars are chosen by their peers and through the independent research of Thomson Reuters, Legal as being among the top-up-and-coming lawyers in Pennsylvania. Only 2.5 percent of Pennsylvania attorneys receive this honor each year.

Ms. McDonough's publications include:

Honors & Awards

    • Named Pennsylvania "Lawyer on the Fast Track 2014" by the Legal Intelligencer
    • 2014 and 2012 Pennsylvania Rising Stars as listed in both Philadelphia magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® magazine.

Professional & Civic Activities

    • American Bar Association
    • Philadelphia Bar Association
    • Junior League of Philadelphia

Articles

  • PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL (2010), Contributing Author
  • NEW YORK HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL (2010), Contributing Author
  • NEW JERSEY HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL (2010), Contributing Author
  • In the Wake of Prowel v. Wise Business Forms, Inc., Pennsylvania Bar Institute Sixteenth Annual Employment Law Institute (April 14, 2010), Contributing Author
  • Religious Discrimination in the Workplace: Adhering to the EEOC’s Compliance Manual to Avoid Adverse Determinations, LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT OBSERVER(Winter 2009)
  • Healthy Workforce Initiatives: Mandatory Wellness Programs, LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT OBSERVER (Summer 2008)
  • The National Employer (2007 and 2008), Contributing Author
  • The Mid-Atlantic Employer (2007 and 2008), Contributing Author

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