Kerstin Miller’s practice deals with all aspects of labor and employer/employee relations, general litigation, ERISA litigation, and business immigration. She handles a wide range of employment matters for businesses, with a focus on avoiding liability under the host of laws and regulations impacting the workplace.
Kerstin regularly counsels management on day-to-day human resource law issues, such as leaves of absence, discrimination, reasonable accommodation, and terminations. She works closely with clients to prepare key employment documents, including employee handbooks, trade secrets/confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements. She also offers training to clients on topics such as harassment avoidance and managers’ legal obligations to employees.
Kerstin has represented clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; the National Labor Relations Board; the U.S. Department of Labor; the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation; and numerous other governmental agencies. Her employment and ERISA litigation experience includes representation of clients in numerous federal and state courts across the country.
Kerstin serves on the Board of the Chesapeake Human Resources Association (CHRA), a local chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She frequently lectures on a variety of employment-related topics for organizations such as the National Business Institute and Sterling Education Services.
Kerstin has provided pro bono legal services to residents of Helping Up Mission, a comprehensive treatment program for men fighting addiction and homelessness in Baltimore City.