Megan W. Mullins
Associate
Charleston, WV
office 304.720.4069
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Ms. Mullins' primary areas of practice are litigation and labor and employment law.

Education

  • Morehead State University, B.A., English
  • University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D.

Experience

  • Assisting in various types of labor and employment law matters
  • Conducting research and drafting memoranda, pleadings and discovery
  • Assisting in depositions and trial preparation
  • Assisting clients through all phases of arbitration, including preparation, hearings, and post-arbitration practice
  • Drafting employee handbooks and updating workplace policies for employers
  • Defending clients in various types of NLRB, EEOC, and Human Rights Commission matters
  • University of Kentucky College of Law Legal Clinic, 2018 - 2019
  • Summer Associate, Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, 2018
  • Summer Associate, Stites & Harbison, PLLC, 2017
  • Personnel Coordinator, Assistant Manager, Sales Associate, Walmart, 2007 - 2016
Labor & Employment Law

Admissions

  • West Virginia State Bar

Memberships

  • Former Member, Student Bar Association

Publications & Presentations

  • Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law
U.S. House of Representatives Passes the Pro Act, a Game Changer for Labor Relations Get Keen on the Vaccine: Considerations for Employers Considering a Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine Employers Must Be Reasonably Diligent in Tracking Employees’ Worked Hours, Even During a Global Pan SuperVision - Labor and Employment Law Insights: Issue 3, 2020 Unprecedented: Litigation Insights: Issue 31, 2020 All Consuming - Financial Litigation Insights: Issue 8, 2020 Unprecedented: Litigation Insights: Issue 28, 2020 Unprecedented: Litigation Insights - Issue 27, 2020 Where Does the NLRA Draw the Line Between Harassment and Protected Activity? SuperVision - Labor and Employment Law Insights: Issue 2, 2020 Global Industrial Client Defeats Unionization Efforts Bottling Company Wins Labor Arbitration