Taylor English Duma Expands Employment, Labor and Immigration Practice with Glianny Fagundo
Taylor English Duma is pleased to announce the addition of Glianny Fagundo to the firm’s Employment, Labor and Immigration practice group. Fagundo brings with her more than 13 years of experience in employment, commercial and business litigation. Prior to joining Taylor English, Fagundo was a partner at Elarbee Thompson, LLP.
“Glianny’s practice spans important, broad and entangled areas of law, which will bring efficiency and value to the firm and her clients,” said Steven J. Whitehead, chair of Taylor English’s Employment, Labor & Immigration group. “Her practical experience with complex employment and commercial lawsuits, as well as drafting and implementing employment and business policies and programs, will help our clients’ effectively reach their bottom-line.”
At Taylor English, Fagundo will focus her practice on high-stakes employment cases such as multi-party discrimination actions, collective FLSA/wage and hour suits, and restrictive covenants. She will also represent clients on business-oriented matters, including contract disputes, negligence, defamation, fraud, insurance, professional liability, premises liability, and products liability. Additionally, Fagundo will expand her practice as a Georgia Registered Mediator and Arbitrator.
In addition to practicing law, Fagundo works with a number of local community and professional business and Hispanic groups to educate members on their legal rights and duties. In addition to teaching classes for immigrants on U.S. law, Fagundo has been interviewed by a variety of TV and radio shows, including Univision 34 and NPR, and is a frequent speaker for local and national organizations, including the Hispanic National Bar Association and the Latin American Chamber of Commerce. Fagundo currently serves as Chair of the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association and is a member of the City of Brookhaven’s Buford Highway Improvement Steering Committee.
Fagundo earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, and her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law.