FMG is pleased to announce that Kelly Eisenlohr-Moul has been named Of Counsel by the Firm and also that Michael Wolak, III has joined the Firm as Of Counsel.
Kelly Eisenlohr-Moul practices in the Labor & Employment Law and Directors & Officers sections. Her employment practice includes business immigration petitions, specializing in the H, L, E, and TN categories, and she is a member of the National Association of American Immigration Lawyers Association. She writes FMG's widely recognized Immigration Blog.
Ms. Eisenlohr-Moul also has represented employers in over ten states in Title VII, ADA and Age discrimination cases and NLRB matters. She has defended FLSA collective action suits and counsels employers on preventive practices. Her D&O experience includes defending employers, HOA's and non-profit organizations in a variety of individual and class action contract and tort claims, including statutory claims under the TCPA, FCRA and False Claims Act.
Ms. Eisenlohr-Moul started with the firm in its Atlanta office in 2008. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude, and Hollins University where she received her B.A. in Political Science & Communication Studies, magna cum laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Mike Wolak will practice in the Business Litigation and Directors & Officers sections of the Firm. His experience includes nearly 15 years prior experience with the Wargo French and Jones Day law firms, where he handled class action and complex litigation in state and federal courts and domestic and international arbitral forums, including Delaware's Chancery Court, the American Arbitration Association, and the International Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Wolak’s litigation experience also includes contract disputes, intellectual property litigation, trade secrets, shareholder actions, entrenchment claims and other corporate/director conduct, as well as product liability and mass tort litigation. His broad experience further includes complex bankruptcy litigation, aviation/airline contracts, E-discovery oversight and best practices, and litigation involving application of the Uniform Partnership Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the False Claims Act.
He is a graduate of the Syracuse University School of Law, cum laude, and St. John Fisher College where he received a B.A in Economics