Priya Vivian is an employment advisor and litigator. She advises and represents employers on the full employment cycle and focuses on providing each client with tailored solutions and strategies to address their unique business needs. READ MORE
Priya advises employers on hiring processes, employment contracts, disability accommodation, handbooks and policies, discipline and separations, and provides on-site training to employees regarding compliance with state and federal employment law. She represents employers in employment disputes, either at the administrative level before the EEOC or a local agency, or in litigation matters in federal or state court.
Before joining Lane Powell, Priya was a clerk for Judge David L. Russell in the Western District of Oklahoma. Prior to her clerkship, she was a litigator in Atlanta, Georgia.
Priya has represented employers in the following types of matters:
She also represents clients in general commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes and consumer class actions.
U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma, Judicial Clerk to the Honorable David L. Russell (2015-2016)
Wargo French LLP, Associate, Labor & Employment Group (2011-2015)
King & Spalding LLP
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Fellow (2021)
Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Seattle, Board Member
Ladder Down Seattle, 2017 Class
Emory Law Alumni Association, Board Member
Director of Mentoring for Georgia, Women in Cable Telecommunications Southeast Division, Board Member (2014-2015)
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