Hetal Desai McGuire, Monna Lea Bryant, and Jeffrey Slanker attended the Tallahassee Women Lawyers 2016 Judicial Reception.
Monna Lea Bryant, Robert Sniffen, and Jeffrey Slanker co-authored, How far will DOJ extend ADA’s Title II and Title III requirements? For the Florida Employment Law Letter, a publication of BLR®. The publication can be found here, see page 5.
On June 9th, Monna Lea Bryant, who serves as Founder and Chairperson of the Tallahassee Chapter of the Emory Alumni Association, hosted a social hour for Emory alumni at the Brass Tap in Midtown Tallahassee. The event, which was attended by graduates of all Emory colleges, served as the inaugural Chapter function in the Tallahassee area, where over 400 Emory alumni currently reside. Sniffen & Spellman has three Emory Law graduates, Mark Logan, Jeff Slanker and Monna Lea Bryant.
Jeffrey D. Slanker and Monna Lea Bryant published an article in the February 2016 edition of the Checkoff, a publication of the Florida Bar’s Labor and Employment law section. The article focuses on several recent Eleventh Circuit rulings, some relating to such issues as First Amendment protection and the scope of authority of arbitrators. The article can be found at the following link: The Florida Bar - Labor & Employment Law Section
On February 11, 2016, Sniffen & Spellman, P.A. co-produced the inaugural Florida K-12 Administrators Training in Orlando, Florida, with Stetson University College of Law and the Education Law Association. Terry J. Harmon and Monna Lea Bryant spoke at the conference on legal issues in education in the areas of Exceptional Student Education, Employment, and Social Media. We look forward to co-producing the event again in the near future. Stay tuned!
Kenyetta M. Mullins was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Tallahassee Senior Center Foundation.
Monna Lea Bryant joined the firm as an associate attorney. Ms. Bryant is a 2015 Emory University School of Law graduate and a new member of the Florida Bar.