Hannah Ard is an accomplished litigator who has dedicated her practice to representing clients in employment, commercial, and constitutional matters. She has represented numerous corporate clients in employment cases, including Title VII discrimination matters, ADA cases, potential USERRA violations, Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower cases, and non-compete cases. She is a former member of the Department of Justice’s Employment Discrimination Task Force and has experience giving presentations on various aspects of employment law. READ MORE
Comfortable in both the litigation and advice spaces, Hannah has represented employers in Department of Labor investigations; discrimination, retaliation, and harassment claims; wage and hour disputes; and complaints filed with the EEOC and state and local administrative agencies.
Hannah also advises clients on the beginning and end of the employment relationship, and crafts offer letters, employment agreements, and confidentiality agreements, as well as severance packages. She helps clients comply with federal and state wage and hour laws and employee classifications under the FLSA and state law.
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, Attorney (2018-2020)
Newman Du Wors, Attorney (2016-2018)
Institute for Justice, Contract Attorney (2014-2016)
Riddell Williams P.S., Counsel (2011-2013)
WilmerHale, LLP, Counsel (2004-2007)
U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Trial Attorney (2000-2004)
Federal Trade Commission, Attorney (1998-2000)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Attorney (1997-1998)
BSA Troop 1804, Scoutmaster (2019-Present)
Bainbridge Island Water Polo Club, Board Member (2019-2021)
St. Cecilia Parish
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