Wake Forest University, J.D., magna cum laude, 2007, James and Marie Mason Scholar; Order of the Coif; Editor-in-Chief, Wake Forest Law Review, 2006-07
University of South Carolina, M.L.I.S., Library and Information Science, 2004
Duke University, B.A., 2001, Benjamin Newton Duke Scholar
Susan Huber’s litigation practice focuses on resolving employment and business disputes. Her experience includes litigating complex matters in federal and state trial and appellate courts and through arbitration, and she has handled matters before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Susan also has assisted clients in internal and governmental investigations. She regularly counsels employers on a variety of employment and human resources concerns, including discrimination and harassment claims, wage and hour compliance, hiring and termination, noncompetition agreements, and policy development and administration. In addition, Susan provides employment law training to managers and employees to help reduce litigation risk.
Before joining Robinson Bradshaw, Susan earned a Master of Library and Information Science. Her library experience makes her an effective and creative researcher in complex matters. Susan also served as a law clerk for federal judges at the trial and appellate courts, gaining insight into strategies for successful pre-trial, trial and appellate practice.
Represents clients in cases alleging discrimination in violation of Title VII and state laws.
Defends employers against charges of discrimination brought before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Advises employers across various industries—including manufacturing, health care, motorsports, construction, education, food services and nonprofits—in developing and maintaining sound employment policies and practices.
Defended a health care practice in an arbitration action brought by a former physician employee alleging breach of employment contract and failure to pay incentive compensation.
Defended restaurants in matters brought by former employees alleging gender discrimination and sexual harassment.
Defended a hospital in a case brought by a physician alleging retaliation in violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, breach of contract and tort claims.
Secured dismissal of race discrimination action against former employer in federal court.
Represented a manufacturing client during investigation by the Federal Trade Commission and defending related class action antitrust litigation.
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