Large, complex organizations—including banks, consulting firms, sports teams, and hospitals—rely on Beth McManus to lead employment litigation on sensitive topics related to race, gender, and age discrimination, and leave and accommodation issues. Clients easily identify with Beth on an interpersonal level, and she quickly becomes a trusted advisor. They value her business focus and practical approach to defense of complex litigations. They know her as an excellent litigator whose skillful navigation of the complex discovery process and written work product brings the results they need.
Beth also deftly conducts confidential internal investigations on an expedited basis to assist clients with navigating potential claims of discrimination and retaliation. During such investigations, she works with her clients through their internal practices and policies to avoid litigation and settle claims.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Beth was an attorney in the Labor and Employment Group of a national law firm. Earlier in her career, she served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Renée Marie Bumb of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, an experience from which she draws invaluable insights into the judicial process and which consistently informs her recommendations to clients.