Deborah Minnis is an attorney and shareholder at Ausley & McMullen in Tallahassee, Florida, with over 30 years of administrative law and governmental experience. She worked as an assistant attorney general representing state agencies for over 6 years handling civil rights and employment discrimination litigation matters. Upon joining Ausley & McMullen in 1991, she began working with both the Leon County and Gadsden County School Boards representing them in a variety of matters including employment and civil rights issues.
Deborah’s current practice areas include advising clients on complying with the wage and hour laws, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and employment discrimination laws. She is an experienced litigator with over 30 years of trial experience and represents private and public sector clients before state and federal courts and state administrative agencies.
Deborah Minnis discusses considerations for Title VII and other antidiscrimination statutes in the law firm setting.
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