Ashby Angell is an associate in the Louisville office of Fisher Phillips. Her practice is focused exclusively on labor and employment law across various industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and media. Ashby represents employers in a variety of legal issues including discrimination, sexual harassment, and non-compete agreements. She also has experience handling traditional labor matters, including labor arbitrations and union avoidance training. Prior to joining the firm, Ashby worked for a small civil litigation firm in Louisville, where she represented clients in a variety of tort claims.
Associate • Fisher Phillips
Paul Goatley is an associate in the Louisville office of Fisher Phillips. He advises and represents employers in all areas of employment and labor law, including advice and counsel on issues related to leaves of absence, disability, hiring, disciplinary actions, such as separation from employment, and internal complaints of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. Paul also has experience in the development, implementation, and application of employee handbook and other workplace policies; discrimination and harassment claims, involving claims based on sex, disability, age, among others and wage and hour issues, including claims related to minimum wage obligations, overtime wage compensation obligations, and the exempt status of employees.
Executive Director • Foundations Human Resources Consulting
Stephanie Prewitt serves as Executive Director of Foundations Human Resources Consulting located in Lexington, KY. She has partnered with Human Resources executives to implement systems and processes that are not only legally sound, but also further the principles of lean business operations. Much of her experience has been with Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. where she served as Assistant General Counsel. For nearly 20 years, Ms. Prewitt has counseled Human Resources Departments on labor and employment matters and has specialized in disability and medical management issues. Ms. Prewitt’s experience at Toyota also included legal oversight of numerous plant start-ups, systematic investigations, voluntary termination programs, and extensive training and development programs.
Partner • Fisher Phillips
Tim Weatherholt is a partner in the Louisville office of Fisher Phillips. His practice involves representation of management in employment and labor litigation involving civil rights, retaliation, wrongful termination and discrimination under Title VII. Tim has extensive experience working with the automotive manufacturing industry and advises and represents clients in developing employment policies and procedures, responding to administrative charges, and dealing with employee separation matters. He routinely advises clients on Americans with Disabilities (ADA) and wage and hour matters. Tim has also helped clients obtain summary judgment in Kentucky state court on a wide variety of employment claims, including worker’s compensation retaliation, age discrimination, disability discrimination, and race discrimination.