Moses Tincher is an associate in the firm’s Labor and Employment practice, representing clients in a variety of employment-related matters, including Title VII discrimination, harassment, retaliation, breach of restrictive covenants, trade secret misappropriation, and other business torts and forms of unfair competition. Moses also counsels clients in various labor and employment law-related areas, including the development of employee handbooks and policies under various states’ laws, workplace investigation and training, and reviewing and drafting other forms of employment agreements and contracts, including in mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining the firm, Moses served as a law clerk to a federal judge, gaining experience researching and writing orders on various employment-related matters, including Title VII and Section 1981 discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and class action claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Moses received his Juris Doctor from Mercer University, where he graduated magna cum laude, was the Class Salutatorian, and was a member of the Mercer Law Review. Upon graduation, Moses was inducted into the Order of Barristers, the Order of Scribes, and the Brainerd Currie Honor Society. He also received his undergraduate degrees (psychology and economics) from Emory University, where he graduated with highest honors.