Camille R. Bryant

McGlinchey Stafford PLLC

 Camille Bryant joined McGlinchey Stafford in 2013 and is a senior associate in the firm’s New Orleans office, where she focuses her practice on labor and employment and products liability.

Camille guides her clients through discipline and discharge, walking them through the process of ensuring that disciplinary action is supported and can be defended later on if necessary. She also has experience training clients on a variety of topics through interactive sessions, including discrimination, harassment, and how to respond to employee complaints, and provides real-life, relatable examples so that the training is meaningful and engaging. She helps business leaders understand employee and independent contractor worker classification and provides advice for wage and hour compliance. She also advises businesses on the use of noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements for employees, and how or when those agreements should be leveraged in light of a particular labor pool. Camille also has experience negotiating collective bargaining agreements and day-to-day advice on administration of collective bargaining agreements.

In the area of products liability, Camille has defended manufactures of heavy equipment, automobiles, and other consumer products. Camille uses her scientific background to assist in the overall defense strategy and case management, with particular focus on treating physician depositions, medical expert depositions, and plaintiff expert depositions. Through her strong written advocacy skills, she has also been entrusted with handling pre-trial documents including motions for summary judgment, Daubert motions, and brief outlines.

In addition to practicing before federal and state courts, Camille also represents clients in matters before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), where she has second-chaired multiple proceedings. She also has experience defending matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Department of Labor (DOL).