Shiloh practices in numerous areas of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination and harassment, family and medical leave laws, disability accommodations under the ADA and state law, whistleblowing and retaliation, wrongful discharge and wage and hour laws.
Having spent almost ten years representing employers in administrative proceedings and court in New England and the Mid-Atlantic, and counseling employers on various employment-related issues (particularly in the areas of leaves and accommodations), Shiloh provides employers with practical advice on how to handle complex personnel issues and litigation—all while maintaining a positive, empathetic attitude geared towards resolving issues in a way that benefits everyone involved. Her ability to handle a multitude of extremely sensitive personnel issues, all in a practical, business-like way allows her to find not only the best solutions for the company, but in the most efficient and positive way possible.
Shiloh enjoys the constantly-changing nature of employment laws and developing and strengthening long-term relationships with clients who can count on her to help keep them out of court and, when litigation does occur, aggressively represent their interests in court.
But that’s not all. Shiloh is also very experienced in:
In her former life, Shiloh was:
When Shiloh isn’t working , she is…
Driving her two grade-school boys to every sport imaginable and the orthodontist, hiking and enjoying Maine’s stunning fall foliage, practicing power yoga, reading Agatha Christie novels, trying all varieties of food and wine and of course, watching New England Patriots football with her Dad and three younger brothers.