Frank has successfully represented national retailers, health care providers, and various other public and private employers in matters arising under Title VII, the ADA, FMLA, ADEA, USERRA, and various other federal and state statutes.
He has extensive litigation experience in many different forums, and he has helped many clients prevail on summary judgment and at trial. Frank frequently serves as a faculty member at employment law seminars, and he has published articles in the ABA Employment Law Newsletter, the Tennessee Bar Journal, and the University of Memphis Law Review. He graduated from the University of Memphis School of Law with honors where he also received special recognition for his performance in moot court and mock trial competitions.
Circumventing Congress: The Use of Sex-Stereotyping Theory to Expand Protected Classes Under Title VII
Federalist Society Review, Volume 17, Issue 1
Note from the Editor: This article is about the EEOC’s use of the Supreme Court’s...