For more than 20 years, Beth Joffe has been a trusted and committed employment law advisor, advocate, and litigator. She represents employers of all sizes, across myriad industries, and on a nationwide basis. READ MORE
Beth is a zealous and deliberate advocate in federal and state courts, private arbitrations, administrative proceedings, and private negotiations. She tries to bring a bit of humor to what can often be a hair-pulling, hand-wringing experience.Her litigation experience covers the full scope of employment claims and includes numerous EEOC-initiated lawsuits and broadscale investigations. Beth also spends significant time guiding employers through a broad range of compliance issues and objectives. As clients have observed, Beth is a tiger leading them skillfully through the jungle. Beth works with clients on a regional and national platform.
The scope of Beth’s advisory work includes:
Beth has worked as outside counsel, in-house counsel, and as a felony prosecutor. She brings a unique approach to her practice. She is recognized by Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, with one client sharing, "Beth is great to work with. She is well-versed in employment. She is very knowledgeable." She was also recognized as a Best Lawyer in America® for her work in Employment Litigation.
Workplace Law, LLC, President (2015-2017)
Cochran, Inc., Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Employment Counsel (2014-2015)
Stokes Lawrence, P.S., Of Counsel (2012-2014)
CLG & Ellis University, Interim In-House Employment Counsel (2009-2011)
Seyfarth Shaw, LLP
Cobb County District Attorney, Assistant District Attorney (1993-1996)
Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Labor & Employment (2022-2023)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Litigation - Labor and Employment (2024)
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