Taylor English Adds Diana Sarju Kim to the Employment and Labor Relations Group

June 10, 2016

Taylor English Duma LLP announces the addition of Diana Sarju Kim as counsel to the firm’s Employment and Labor Relations group. Ms. Kim, who was previously with Seyfarth Shaw LLP, counsels clients on various employment matters and has represented companies across a number of industries and specialties.

Ms. Kim focuses her practice on representing employers in single-plaintiff and multi-plaintiff litigation involving claims of discrimination based on various protected categories, including race, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability and pregnancy, as well as claims for retaliation. She has experience representing employers, employee benefits plans and fiduciaries in employee benefits litigation brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Ms. Kim also counsels clients on hiring, termination of employees, employee grievances, harassment, employee handbooks and policies, leave administration and other personnel issues.

Ms. Kim serves the community through pro bono work and diversity initiatives, including her establishment of a pro bono initiative through the Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) that provides legal representation to underprivileged victims of human trafficking violations. She is also an active member of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association, previously serving as a board member, treasurer and secretary, and serves as a member of the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association.

Ms. Kim earned her undergraduate degree from Emory University and her law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law.

“The ever-evolving regulations of employment and labor relations continue to be amongst the most complex challenges that businesses face,” said Marc A. Taylor, a founding partner of Taylor English Duma. “The addition of Diana to our Employment and Labor Relations group bolsters our ability to provide sound counsel to our clients facing employment challenges and litigation. Taylor English remains committed to adding experienced attorneys who share our value-driven vision for supporting our clients’ businesses.”

With more than 25 employment attorneys, Taylor English’s Employment and Labor Relations group stands ready to enhance and protect their clients’ businesses with effective, business-oriented legal counsel. The firm routinely represents businesses of all sizes and responds to client needs while keeping in mind the business interests of their clients’ highest priorities.

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