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Stephanie Milner


St. Louis
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Los Angeles
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In her labor and employment practice, Stephanie partners with clients to develop solutions to complex workforce challenges.

Stephanie counsels clients on all matters of labor and employment law, guiding employers through workplace compliance, risk mitigation, and dispute resolution. She fiercely represents clients facing employment litigation in the courts and helps employers respond to charges and navigate investigations before administrative agencies. Stephanie knows that effective representation begins before issues arise, so she regularly counsels employers on day-to-day human resource management needs, including drafting policies and procedures to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal law.

Prior to law school, Stephanie worked as a university administrator for large and mid-size institutions across the country. In that role, she honed her skills in personnel management, crisis response, and client relations. As a former personnel manager, herself, Stephanie understands the challenges employers face in complex legal landscapes. Her unique background enables Stephanie to relate to client experiences, foresee common issues and roadblocks in human resource operations, and ensure clients have a trusted source for the information they need to succeed.


The End of Non-Competes? A Federal and State Overview on Non-Compete Legislation

Thompson Coburn Publications

SCOTUS holds prejudice is not required for waiver of right to arbitrate


Co-Author, "Federal Court Strikes Down NRLB's Joint -Employer Rule,"
Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin, May 2024

FTC Proposes Sweeping New Rule Banning Nearly All Non-Compete Agreements in Worker Contracts,
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin, March 2023

The Ninth Circuit Holds Time Spent Booting Up Computers May Be Compensable Under the FLSA,
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin, January 2023

Hot Topic Getting Hotter: Employer Heat Injury Mitigation in the Age of Climate Change,
American Bar Association Journal of Labor and Employment Law, Vol. 36, No. 1 (July 2022)