Brittney Herron is a member of the Litigation practice group and its Employment and Labor practice area. She represents businesses of all sizes, including private firms and state entities, in a variety of employment-related matters before both state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies. She primarily handles discrimination and retaliation cases related to race, sex and disability under the Missouri Human Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VII. Brittney also has extensive experience working with higher education clients on Title IX matters.
Brittney’s experience also extends to noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements, employee benefits, bylaws and employee handbook preparation, contract disputes, commercial litigation matters and more.
Experienced in all phases of discovery, trial preparation and negotiation of settlements, she is versed in case strategy, pretrial briefing and dispositive motion practice.
In addition to handling disputes, Brittney provides clients with practical advice to help them avoid employment law claims, mitigate risk and ensure that their policies and practices are in compliance with federal and state laws. She offers anti-discrimination/anti-harassment training for employees and conducts investigations related to employee harassment complaints.
- University of Missouri School of Law (J.D.)
- Black Law Student's Association
- BOA Negotiation Competition
- Women's Law Association
- Lindenwood University (B.A.)
- Business Administration
- Track and Field
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
- American Bar Association
- Mound City Bar Association
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
- Chicago Bar Association
Brittney previously served as a summer associate at Armstrong Teasdale. She also served as a law clerk for Judge E. Richard Webber of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. Prior to attending law school, Brittney held a variety of business administration positions.