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Meet Our Expanding Employment Law & Labor Relations Team!



The Miller Nash employment law & labor relations team is pleased to welcome two talented attorneys to our team—Tiffany Davis-Brantley and David Worley.

“Tiffany and David are excellent additions to the firm’s employment law & labor relations team,” said Susan Stahlfeld, partner and employment practice team co-leader. “Our continued team growth provides our clients with dedicated team members who are committed to effectively addressing clients’ issues in the areas of employment and labor law.”

About Tiffany Davis-Brantley

Tiffany represents public and private educational institutions and other employers in a variety of legal areas, including regulatory compliance and labor and employment law.

Tiffany provides day-to-day advice and counsel and represents clients in adversarial proceedings in front of state and federal agencies and in court. Having worked in-house, Tiffany brings a wealth of experience related to investigations, resolving high-profile disputes, negotiating a broad range of contracts and advising clients on accreditation, insurance, and complex labor and employment and collective bargaining issues. Additionally, she conducts internal investigations and supports clients managing crisis situations.

About David Worley

David represents employers of all sizes in labor disputes and in state and federal court against claims of wage and hour disputes, employment discrimination, harassment, and hostile work environment issues.

David frequently advises clients on day-to-day matters that arise, attempting to prevent problems before they become lawsuits. He reviews and drafts employment agreements, employee handbooks, collective bargaining agreement provisions, and all other manners of labor- and employment-related documents.

About Our Employment Law & Labor Relations Services

As employers face increasingly complex regulations and workplace challenges, the employment and labor attorneys at Miller Nash are dedicated to helping clients understand their legal obligations, implement tools and strategies to demonstrate compliance, and effectively manage risk. We represent local, regional, and national companies and public entities and institutions in all facets of labor and employment law in union and nonunion environments.

Whether navigating fast-moving situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting disruptions to traditional workplaces, advising on the life-cycle of employees beginning with the recruitment and hiring process, or addressing and resolving employment and labor disputes, our attorneys partner with clients to help effectively manage their employees and maintain a positive and productive workplace.

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