Marilyn Fish is group leader of the Atlanta office’s Employment and Immigration Team. Her practice focuses on representation of management in matters of employment opportunity, labor-management relations, affirmative action and other employment-related issues. She represents a wide range of employers before federal, state and local government agencies and advises clients concerning employment policy design and review, contract negotiations and management training programs.
In the area of equal employment opportunity, Ms. Fish’s practice includes handling discrimination claims involving age, race, gender, national origin, religion, disabled and veterans’ rights issues as well as investigations arising from such claims. She is one of the nation’s leading defense lawyers in connection wage/hour matters.
Ms. Fish is nationally recognized for her expertise in government-mandated affirmative action plans. She is national affirmative action counsel for several companies whose federal contractor facilities are located throughout the United States. Ms. Fish has defended numerous companies in hundreds of OFCCP audits and investigations, including “glass ceiling” reviews and class action complaints before the OFCCP. She is one of the nation’s leading defense lawyers in connection with OFCCP matters and regularly works with OFCCP district and regional offices throughout the United States.