Erin A. Easley is an attorney at Goodman McGuffey LLP, where she represents businesses and their owners throughout Georgia in complex commercial litigation filed in federal and state courts. Erin has experience defending cases involving employment discrimination and/or harassment, minimum wage and overtime, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and premises liability.
Erin has several scholarly research papers and articles published by the Georgia Defense Lawyers’ Association (GDLA), the Defense Research Institute (DRI), and the Employment Law Committee of the Defense Research Institute. In addition to her professional pursuits, Erin regularly serves as an attorney judge for national mock trial competitions and has been actively involved as an attorney coach in the State Bar of Georgia’s High School Mock Trial Competition.
Erin received her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University’s College of Law (2011) and her Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Georgia (2007). Erin lives in Alpharetta, Georgia with her husband and their wheaten terrier.
ADA, Title III: Protecting the Handicapped or Legally Extorting Small Businesses?, to be published in the January 2017 edition of the Defense Research Institute’s For the Defense, a national monthly magazine written expressly for defense practitioners
Wage Litigation: the Potential Impact of Anderson, et al. v. Southern Home Care Services, Inc., et al. on Georgia Employers, published in the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association 2016 Law Journal
New Laws for 2016: State by State Legislative Update (Georgia), published in the journal titled the DRI Employment and Labor Law Committee, New Laws for 2016
Employment Lemon (Protection) Laws and the Dangers of Hiring Previously Injured Employees, published in DRI’s The Job Description, Volume 27, Issue 4