StanHill

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Stan is regularly tapped by medium and large employers to advise on the administration of disability accommodation processes and FMLA leave programs.  Leveraging technology, data analysis, and deep legal knowledge, Stan creates custom solutions to efficiently administer programs in accordance with law and in alignment with corporate culture, while also detecting and deterring employee abuse and fraud.

Stan’s litigation and trial practice spans individual, collective, and class actions brought under state and federal employment laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage-and-hour laws, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act.

Stan's passion for employment law began during his federal clerkship for the Honorable Patricia C. Fawsett, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.  In addition to traditional clerkship duties, Stan assisted the judicial subcommittees proposing revisions to the Eleventh Circuit Pattern Jury Instructions on civil rights and employment law.

  • JD, Vanderbilt University School of Law
    Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, executive authorities editor
  • BS, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Materials Science and Engineering
    Highest honor
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Tennessee
  • US Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • US Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
  • US Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • US District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • US District Court, Southern District of Florida
  • US District Court, Middle District of Georgia
  • US District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • US District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
  • US District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee
  • US District Court, Middle District of Tennessee
  • Florida Supreme Court
  • Georgia Supreme Court
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Georgia Superior Courts
  • Tennessee Supreme Court