With a diverse labor and employment practice, Lilly Moon represents employers in federal and state courts, administrative forums, and arbitration, in actions of harassment and discrimination, retaliation and wrongful discharge, whistleblowers, wage and hour, breach of contract, tortious interference, non-compete, and state tort matters arising from the employment relationship. Clients rely on Lilly's keen insight of workplace privacy policies and practices, including data breach, security issues, and written information security programs.
Lilly's practice is further deepened by her extensive knowledge of workplace safety and health issues. She represents and defends employers during all aspects of OSHA inspections, investigations, citations, settlement negotiations, and hearings. Lilly also assists employers with preventative practices such as conducting compliance audits, creating and revising safety policies and OSHA compliance programs, and creating workplace safety programs.
Focused on providing the most practical solutions companies can implement to avoid litigation and minimize risk, Lilly provides advice and training to help clients address complex employment issues including extraterritorial application of U.S. employment laws, workplace investigations, independent contractors, joint employer relationships, disability accommodations and leave management, discipline and performance review, severance agreements, reductions in force, and policy and procedure review. She represents companies in the construction, manufacturing, insurance, utilities, education, restaurant, retail, hospitality, mortgage, and healthcare sectors, among others.