FordHarrison Partner Kay L. Wolf Selected By Diversity Journal for Inclusion in the 2013 "Women Worth Watching" Special Issue

Date   Oct 12, 2012

FordHarrison LLP, a national labor and employment law firm, is pleased to announce that Kay L. Wolf, an Orlando-based partner, has been selected for inclusion in the Diversity Journal's "11th Annual Women Worth Watching" issue. This special issue celebrates the achievements and personalities of leading women executives across the U.S. who are nominated by their colleagues, peers, and mentors for their initiative and achievements.

"I am honored to be included in the "Women Worth Watching" special celebration issue in the company of all these wonderful women," commented Wolf. 

Wolf has practiced law in the area in both private and public sectors since 1976. Her practice is devoted to providing management with the necessary tools to meet the challenges in today's employment arena, through proactive legal advice, training, and litigating complex cases in both trial and appellate courts. She represents employers in a variety of industries, including health care, defense, energy, construction, telecommunications, financial, hospitality, public and non-profit sectors, in discrimination and retaliation, non- compete and wage and hour matters.

Wolf is Board-certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in labor and employment law and is a certified mediator in Florida's circuit courts and in the U.S. Middle District of Florida. She also serves as an arbitrator and teaches labor and employment law and business law and ethics in the University of Central Florida's MBA and PMSM programs.

Wolf is a member of FordHarrison's Executive Committee and is the Executive Committee liaison for the firm's Los Angeles, Dallas and Phoenix offices. She recently chaired the firm's fundraising efforts to sponsor a school in Cambodia. She also received the prestigious Summit Award in 2011 for professional advancement and community service (including 25 years as a Board member of Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Florida and two terms as Board Chair, co-founding and leading the Women's Philanthropy Center of Central Florida and singing in her church choir, which has toured in the United Kingdom, Canada and the U.S.). Wolf received her J.D. from the University of Louisville School of Law in 1975.