Taylor English Duma Bolsters Labor and Employment and Corporate Practices
Taylor English Duma announces the addition of three attorneys, expanding the firm’s Employment, Labor & Immigration, and Corporate & Business practices. The three attorneys are Mitzi Hill, Raanon Gal and Christine Tenley.
“With the additions of Mitzi, Raanon and Christine, we maximize our ability to provide high-quality legal counsel in these key areas – particularly in our Employment, Labor & Immigration practice as employers face increasing litigation,” said Marc Taylor, founding partner of Taylor English. “While Taylor English continues to grow, we remain dedicated to providing the efficient and cost-effective results that our local and national clients have come to appreciate. As one of the first new model law firms in the country, we are proud to deliver excellence, efficiency, trust and the greatest possible value for our clients.”
Mitzi Hill joins the firm’s Corporate & Business practice. Her legal background includes assisting clients with technology and digital content distribution issues; copyright, television and regulatory issues; and coordination of regulatory strategy. For nearly 15 years, Hill was previously in-house counsel at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. where she provided counsel on international transactions; technology transactions; content distribution arrangements for Internet, mobile and other platforms; as well as corporate governance and corporate secretarial matters.
Hill received her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and her law degree from the University of Michigan. She is a member of the Atlanta Independent Women’s Network, the Decatur Business Association, Decatur Art Alliance and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).
Raanon Gal joins the firm’s Employment, Labor & Immigration practice where he defends employers facing litigation matters involving employment discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), wage and hour, harassment and wrongful termination. He also represents clients in restrictive covenants/trade secret litigation. He was previously with Ford & Harrison LLP.
Gal received his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School. He is a member of the Georgia and Tennessee State Bars, and the Atlanta Bar Association.
Christine Tenley joins the firm’s Employment, Labor & Immigration practice where she brings 15 years of experience counseling clients on matters involving employment discrimination, traditional labor, wage and hour, and restrictive covenants/trade secrets litigation. She has managed complex litigation and administrative matters in the food processing, gaming, healthcare, medical device, manufacturing and retail industries. Tenley was previously with Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Tenley received her undergraduate degree from Stevenson University and her law degree from Tulane Law School. She is a member of the Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana State Bars.