Robin McGuffin is an attorney in the firm’s Lexington office and is a member of the Torts & Insurance Practice Group. Her practice includes product liability litigation, employment litigation, and appellate advocacy.
After graduating first in her class from Vanderbilt University Law School, Robin was a law clerk for the Honorable John M. Rogers, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (2015-16). Prior to that, she was a summer associate for Stites & Harbison (2014). During law school, Robin served as an articles editor for the Vanderbilt Law Review and was a winner of the Bass, Berry & Sims Intramural Moot Court Competition.
In a divided opinion, the Sixth Circuit recently ruled that the common law “tender back” doctrine is inconsistent with the remedial purposes of Title VII and the Equal Pay Act (“EPA”).
With severe winter weather pummeling much of the country, employers may be forced to delay opening their doors, close their doors early, or even close for days at a time.
A federal court in Indiana issued multiple rulings on September 14, 2017, excluding two of the plaintiff’s expert witnesses in a product liability lawsuit and granting summary judgment for the defendant, safety equipment manufacturer Leatt Corporation.