Donna M. Glover, a member of the labor and employment group with Baker Donelson in its Baltimore office, was elected a shareholder in the firm.
Glover represents a wide variety of clients, including construction, property management, and scientific and technology solution companies, and not-for-profit organizations. She advises clients on day-to-day management issues relating to employees, guides clients in a way that minimizes exposure, defends them against charges of discrimination and wage complaints filed with the federal, state, and local agencies, and handles various employment-related litigation matters.
As a part of her proactive approach with clients, she identifies training needs and designs and facilitates training for managers and employees on various topics, such as #MeToo and workplace civility, handling workplace investigations, federal, state, and local employment law developments, ADA and FMLA compliance, and wage and hour developments and compliance.
As a litigator, she represents employers before federal, state and local administrative agencies, defends employers in federal and state courts, and investigates and responds to demand letters and assists clients with investigating and responding to internal complaints. She routinely drafts, reviews and provides counsel on various documents governing the employer-employee relationship, including handbooks, employment agreements, separation agreements, settlement agreements, and other employment-related contracts.
Prior to joining Baker Donelson, Glover was an employment and labor attorney with Ober Kaler, spent nearly six years as an attorney with Jackson Lewis P.C., was a labor and employment associate with Thomas & Libowitz P.A. and a labor and employment litigation associate with Venable LLP.
Glover brings to her practice invaluable client-side experience. Prior to practicing law, she held human resources and management positions in the retail, wholesale and advertising/marketing industries. She is also a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS).
ABOUT DONNA GLOVER
Bel Air, Maryland
Bachelor of Arts, Washington College; Master of Advanced Studies, Johns Hopkins University; Juris Doctor, University of Baltimore School of Law
If you had not chosen law as a profession, what profession would you choose and why?
Without a doubt, I would have trained to become a chef – an incredibly hard but rewarding profession.
I spent a week in Calistoga, California as a part of a small group learning food techniques and wine pairing with a master chef. Good food, good company, and very relaxing.
When I want to relax, I … :
Lately, I have been reading presidential biographies, and I hop on my Peloton to burn off the day.
“Learning never exhausts the mind.” — Leonardo da Vinci
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