Provided by Lisa Berg
Lisa Berg adeptly represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law and focuses on litigation avoidance. She has extensive experience advising employers on day-to-day employment issues, including: pandemic-related issues; accommodation of disabilities; family and medical leave; reductions-in-force; employee discipline, evaluation and discharge; drug testing; cybersecurity; and workplace privacy. Additionally, she conducts confidential investigations and audits, drafts employee handbooks/policies, negotiates contracts, and provides training on a variety of employment topics. Lisa appears before the EEOC and state and local EEO agencies to handle charges or complaints of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Lisa also has considerable expertise in all areas of traditional labor law, including managing company responses to union campaigns, collective bargaining, and handling of unfair labor practice charges.
Lisa Berg is a Shareholder and based out of Miami, Florida. She is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Labor and Employment Law.
Academy of Florida Management Attorneys (Past President); ABA (Regional Co-Chair, Committee on Practice and Procedure under the NLRA).
Annual Pocket Guide to Florida Employment Laws (co-author); Florida Employment Law Letter (co-editor); Firm’s Labor & Employment Law Blog, BeLaborThePoint.com (contributor).
Emory University School of Law
Lisa Berg is a highly sought-after counselor for national employers on a range of issues, including employment policies, agreements, compliance and litigation avoidance.
"Lisa is really passionate about the law and she is very creative. I find her to be curious, inquisitive and thoughtful."