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Amy Loggins is a member of the Employment, Labor and Immigration practice group who strives to find solutions as a strategically-focused business partner for employers. She has a broad-based range of experience handling everything from employee relations issues to collaborating on employee transitions during restructures and acquisitions.

Ms. Loggins has extensive experience advising and counseling senior-level business clients and human resources team members on day-to-day employee issues, such as hiring, managing performance, discipline, terminations of employment; developing policies and procedures, including employee handbooks and FMLA/LOA, independent contractor, and disability accommodation policies and processes; developing and presenting training programs; drafting employment, separation, and restrictive covenant agreements; and conducting discrimination and harassment investigations. She has particular experience with social media policy development and implementation.

Ms. Loggins is a trained and registered civil mediator and has also practiced successfully in a wide variety of employment and other litigation matters in both state and federal courts as well as before administrative agencies throughout the country.

Prior to joining Taylor English, Ms. Loggins served for more than eight years as AVP - Corporate Counsel-Employment for Crawford & Company. As the sole employment lawyer for Crawford, she was responsible for handling and advising the Company on all labor & employment issues. Ms. Loggins managed all employment litigation and worked with executive leadership to implement programs, policies, and practices designed to ensure compliance. Ms. Loggins also chaired Crawford’s social media task force.

Before joining Crawford, Ms. Loggins successfully practiced as a Trial Attorney for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the Atlanta District Office.

Ms. Loggins and her husband have three sons and are active volunteers in their schools and activities. She is a “Double Dawg” graduate of the University of Georgia.

She is a frequent speaker on employment and labor law and social media topics, such as discrimination, harassment, ADA, FMLA, diversity, and the use of social media in the workplace.

Presentations & Speaking Engagements

  • What Staffing Firms Must Know About Document Retention, ASAPro Webinar, July 2014
  • EPL Risk Management Analysis and Best Practices: Everything Insureds and Insurers Need to Know Including Early Case Management, Early Case Resolution, and Risk Avoidance, ACI Employment Practices Liability Insurance, Chicago, IL, June 2014
  • Don't Lose Your Footing -- LOA Management to Avoid the Missteps, SHRM-Atlanta HR Conference, Atlanta, GA, April 2014
  • Connecting with Your Co-Workers: A Discussion on Diversity & Mentoring in Law Practice – State Bar of Georgia, April 2012
  • Don’t be Michael Scott – HR Training for Nonprofits – Pro-Bono Partnership of Atlanta, March 2012
  • The Intersection of Intellectual Property and Social Media – State Bar of Georgia IP Section CLE, February 2012
  • Social Media Technologies and Business: Blessing or Curse? – ICLE Technology Law Institute, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA, October 2011
  • Your First Line of Defense: Training Supervisors to Avoid Litigation – Association of Corporate Counsel, Denver, CO, October 2011
  • Preventing and Managing Wage and Hour Claims/Class Actions – American Conference Institute, San Francisco, CA, September 2011
  • Social Media in the Workplace and the Courtroom: The Uses, Pitfalls and Its Effects on Retaliation and Discrimination Claims – American Conference Institute, New York, NY, July 2011
  • Litigation Prevention, Optimizing Internal Policies, Practices and Documentations to Set Up, Control, & Strengthen the Defense if Litigation Arises – American Conference Institute, New York, NY, July 2011
  • Protecting Confidential Information in a Mobile Society – Primerus Business Law Institute, Chicago, IL, June 2011
  • Social Media-Minimizing Exposure and Liability – ACC-Ga, Atlanta, GA, February 2011
  • Confronting Diversity-Challenging the Old Norm – ACC and ALFA International, Atlanta, GA, October 2010
  • Adding Value: Tips & Tools to Prove Your Department's Worth – Association of Corporate Counsel's 2010 Corporate Counsel University, Indianapolis, IN, May 2010
  • Social Media Policies in the Workplace – ACC’s Employment and Labor Committee, Feb. 2010
  • Navigating the ADA: Reasonable Accommodation and the Interactive Process - Troutman Sanders Annual Labor & Employment Seminar, Atlanta, GA, November 2009
  • How to Survive the New ADA and FMLA Regulations – Association of Corporate Counsel, Boston, MA, October 2009
  • Basics of Employment Law - Association of Corporate Counsel’s New-to-In-House Institute, Atlanta, GA, May 2009
  • How to Say Yes to Community, Travel, and Personal Needs without Sacrificing Your Job or Family Needs – State Bar of Georgia, May 2009
  • ADA “Do-Over” – Program Chair – State Bar of Georgia, March 2009
  • Nuts & Bolts of Employment Law, Navigating the New ADA Waters – State Bar of Georgia, February 2009
  • Everything You Need to Know About... Labor & Employment Law -- State Bar of Georgia, 2006
  • Effectively Managing Relationships with Staff, Peers, & Superiors –State Bar of Georgia, 2005
  • Employer Duties and Problems, General Counsel Roundtable – State Bar of Georgia, 2004
  • Employer Duties and Problems, a View from the EEOC – State Bar of Georgia YLD, 2003
  • Employment Issues Affecting Women Attorneys – State Bar of Georgia YLD, 2003

Accolades

  • 2010 Jonathon Silber Award for Leadership (described in the bio)
  • 2012 University of Georgia “Top 40 Alumni Under 40”
  • 2013 Georgia Trend Legal Elite, Labor, Employment & Immigration