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2011 News/Events Archive

Posted by Kathy Harrington-Sullivan | Sep 03, 2012

Announcement: December 19, 2011

Abigail J. Larimer Joins Barrett & Farahany, LLP

Barrett & Farahany, LLP is proud to announce the addition of Abigail J. Larimer to the firm. Abigail represents plaintiffs in employment , overtime, retaliation and sexual harassment litigation as a member of the firm's Trial Practice Group.

Announcement: December 1, 2011

Lori V. Douglas Joins Barrett & Farahany, LLP

Barrett & Farahany, LLP proudly annouce that Lori V. Douglas has joined the firm's Alternative Dispute Resolution Practive Group. Lori brings a total of 14 years of employment law experience having a proven track record in alternative dispute resolution and pre-trial litigation.

Announcement: August 8, 2011

Louise N. Smith And Rachel H. Hinckley Join Barrett & Farahany, LLP

Barrett & Farahany, LLP proudly annouce that Louise N. Smith and Rachel H. Hinckley have joined the firm's Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Louise and Rachel focus their practice on minimizing the risks of litigation and work to attain the best settlement for their clients in employment cases.

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Kathy Harrington-Sullivan

Kathy Harrington Sullivan is a Partner at Barrett & Farahany who helps potential clients understand the law, clarify their rights, and determine which steps they can take to protect themselves and their jobs.


When you reach out to us, you will receive a complimentary consultation with one of our skilled Atlanta employment attorneys. During our initial consultation with you, we can help you to better understand your rights and will work with you to determine what course of action is in your best interest. We take great pride in providing assistance based on years of experience negotiating and litigating employment matters to protect employee interests. If you find yourself in need of dedicated legal representation, we are prepared to advocate on your behalf – our goal is always to protect employee victims of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.