Carrie’s practice focuses on national employment litigation and policy matters on behalf of corporate employers. She has litigated a broad range of federal claims in the employment discrimination and harassment context, including age, disability, race and sex discrimination, as well as sexual and other forms of harassment, and retaliation. In addition, Carrie has broad experience dealing with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and guides clients through the administrative charge process and litigating with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in numerous jurisdictions. She also practices in litigation matters involving federal wage and hour and Family and Medical Leave Act claims.
Carrie has successfully tried multi-party Equal Employment Opportunity Commission cases before juries in various parts of the country, including Florida, Missouri and Washington. She has litigated with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of corporate employers in a variety of other jurisdictions across the country, and written and lectured on different aspects of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission litigation and administrative processes.
During law school, Carrie was a member of the Kansas Law Review and served as a judicial intern to The Hon. G. Thomas Van Bebber of the U.S. District Court, District of Kansas. She also participated in the University of Iowa College of Law’s London Law Consortium.
Co-Author, Country Question and Answer Chapters: USA, The International Comparative Legal Guide to Employment and Labour Law 2012 (Global Legal Group Ltd, London).
Co-Author, Country Question and Answer Chapters: USA, The International Comparative Legal Guide to Employment and Labour Law 2011 (Global Legal Group Ltd, London).
Co-author, Litigating With the EEOC: Examining its Obligation to Conciliate in Good Faith, Bloomberg Corporate Law Journal, Spring 2007.
Co-author, Wrongful Discharge and the Employment-At-Will Doctrine, Missouri Employment Law and Practice, 2005.
Co-author, Is Overqualified a Pretext for Age Discrimination?, National Law Journal, September 2004.