Blythe Lovinger represents management in the area of employment litigation and personnel management and procedure, having defended claims of sex, age, race, national origin and disability discrimination and sexual harassment and actions brought under the Family and Medical Leave Act and various state employment laws. She also represents clients in disputes involving the enforcement of employment contracts and restrictive covenant agreements and claims arising out of the employment relationship such as defamation, breach of fiduciary duty, and tortious interference. Blythe also advises clients on a wide range of employment issues, including disciplinary actions and terminations; employment, consulting and separation agreements; employment policies and practices; reductions-in-force; investigations of alleged harassment and other employee misconduct; and litigation avoidance. She conducts anti-harassment training for clients and other specialized training programs tailored to the client's needs. Blythe also represents individual clients in the negotiation of employment, consulting and separation agreements.