Paul C. Munger is a member of the Taylor English Employment and Labor Relations practice, where he practices employment law and general litigation. He has significant experience handling a wide range of employment matters for both companies and individuals. In addition, Mr. Munger has successfully defended companies against national class action lawsuits involving discrimination or overtime claims. Throughout his career, he has provided companies and managers with training on employment policies, payroll compliance, harassment and discrimination, and workplace violence. He also has tried and won arbitrations involving commercial construction and franchise disputes. Mr. Munger frequently gives training and litigation seminars to other lawyers and to human resource personnel on employment topics.
State Bar of Georgia, Labor & Employment Section
Arbitration ruling in favor of plaintiff for construction company. Obtained plaintiff’s verdict of $640,000.
Defended a lawsuit on behalf of specialty shoe company by former franchisee. $500,000 demand awarded.
Grady was sued by former patient for battery and false imprisonment. The former patient demanded $5 million and the jury awarded defense verdict on all claims.
Represented numerous Fortune 500 companies in high-profile wage and hour matters. Paul Munger is a noted legal authority on FLSA matters. Representative experience in this area includes the following: Compliance audits to evaluate and ensure compliance with employment laws, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act; Individual and class action cases involving civil rights, employment discrimination and wage-and-hour issues.
Won summary judgment against the plaintiff’s claim for minimum and overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act based upon the fact that the plaintiff was exempt under the computer professional exemption.
- "Human Resource Audits in Georgia," 2006
- "Motion Law in Georgia: From Basic to Advanced Procedures," 2006
- "Documents Employers Can’t Live Without in Georgia," 2006
- "Handling Internal Complaints"
- "Challenging Affidavits in Federal Court"
- "Avoiding Trouble: A Payroll Document Guide for Employers," 2007
- "The Class Action Fairness Act: What Employment Law Attorneys Should Know," Atlanta Bar Association Labor & Employment Section NewsletterSpring 2006
- August 19, 2016
- "Jury Rejects Woman's Suit Against Grady ‘Imprisonment,'" Daily ReportApril 30, 2012
- Employment and Labor Relations
- Entertainment, Sports and Media
- Environmental and Energy
- Government and Internal Investigations
- Intellectual Property
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Public Interest and Advocacy
- Restaurant, Food and Beverage, and Licensing
Georgia State University, JD, 1988
University of Florida, BA, Philosophy, 1985
Courts & Adjudicative Bodies
Court of Appeals of Georgia
Supreme Court of Georgia
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit