Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd attorneys represent private and public employers in every facet of management-side employment law, including discrimination and harassment claims, wrongful-discharge, workforce reduction planning, immigration issues, and restrictive-covenant enforcement. Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd employment lawyers also work with clients on traditional labor matters, including union avoidance and decertification training, developing strike plans, stroke control and resolution, collective bargaining, and arbitration.
Chris Gantt-Sorenson is a highly effective trial lawyer who concentrates in employment defense litigation. Chris chairs Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Employment Law practice group and is a frequent contributor to the group’s SCEmployersBlog.
Katie Busbee is an associate in Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Greenville office and focuses her practice on economic development and employment law matters.
Perry MacLennan is a workforce and business lawyer. He counsels clients daily on human resource concerns such as hiring, firing, leave, discrimination, safety and immigration. A skilled litigator when employment and business disputes arise, Perry has argued before the Supreme Court of South Carolina and routinely handles lawsuits in both state and federal court. He has experience representing companies in government investigations from OSHA, the EEOC and the Department of Labor.
Denny Major is a litigator in the firm’s Greenville office. Denny has devoted a significant portion of his practice to helping clients in the prosecution and defense of employment related disputes involving trade secrets, copyright and contractual issues.
Demetrius Pyburn focuses his practice on employment law and counsels clients on everyday compliance issues involving the ADA, FMLA, Title VII and other employment-related regulations.
Garrett D. Steck has experience in managing cases and representing multinational corporations, small businesses, and individual clients before the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, US Department of State, and the US Department of Labor.