Allison joined Stoll Keenon Ogden in 2015 as an Associate in the firm’s Lexington office and is part of the Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits practice group. She brings a unique perspective to SKO from her previous experience as a clerk for the Honorable Gregory F. Van Tatenhove, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
After graduating from Asbury University, Allison pursued her J.D. at the University of Kentucky College of Law, where she graduated with a summa cum laude distinction.
Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits: Allison works with small and large businesses in Kentucky on a variety of employment matters, ranging from enforcement of noncompete agreements to local and federal regulatory compliance. She helps employers resolve workplace issues through proactive counseling, employee training, alternate dispute resolution and, if necessary, cost-effective litigation.
Drug and Alcohol Testing and Substance Abuse in the Workplace, co-presenter, 2017
KYSHRM Conference, 2017
A Primer on Labor and Employment Law in the Manufacturing Setting, NBI Manufacturing
Law A to Z, 2017
The New FLSA White Collar Exemptions from Overtime: Is Your Business Ready? Kentucky
Society of CPAs Business and Industry Conference, 2016
Special Employment Law Topics for Religiously Affiliated Employers, co-presenter, 2016
KYSHRM Conference, 2016