Amy Loggins is a member of the Employment and Labor Relations 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.