Frank Day devotes his practice to helping clients accomplish business objectives through employment law litigation and counseling. Frank has successfully represented national retailers, health care providers, and various other public and private employers in matters arising under Title VII, the ADA, FMLA, ADEA, USERRA, and various other federal and state statutes. He has extensive litigation experience in many different forums, and he has helped many clients prevail on summary judgment and at trial. Frank frequently serves as a faculty member at employment law seminars, and he has published articles in the ABA Employment Law Newsletter, the Tennessee Bar Journal, and the University of Memphis Law Review. He graduated from the University of Memphis School of Law with honors where he also received special recognition for his performance in moot court and mock trial competitions.
Today organizations must operate in a highly regulated, litigious business climate. However, employers are able to minimize the legal risks involved in making employment decisions without compromising business needs.
Founded in Atlanta in 1978, Ford & Harrison has built a national practice in all aspects of labor and employment law with 18 offices across the country. More than 190 labor and employment lawyers at the firm strive to provide clients with sound legal advice, practical counseling and excellent client service.
Ford & Harrison is committed to providing assistance to employers to allow their management teams to successfully deal with increased litigation, government agency investigations, collective bargaining, or union organizing drives by helping to provide the necessary knowledge and insight to deal with these issues.
We concentrate our practice on all areas related to labor and employment law – including employment litigation and class actions, business immigration and employee benefits – so our clients gain from in-depth legal experience in all facets of these issues. We provide current, relevant information to our clients through a variety of resources, such as our SourceBook, newsletters, seminars and briefings. These resources provide valuable preventive maintenance tools to help clients understand the numerous state and federal labor and employment laws.