Tiffani Hiudt Casey

Of Counsel

Tiffani Casey is Of Counsel in the Atlanta office. A significant portion of her practice is devoted to workplace risk management preventing OSHA citations, injuries and fatalities.

She advises employers in OSHA recordkeeping, hazard assessment and self-audits, corporate-wide safety compliance, maintaining effective safety training and safety management programs, disciplining unsafe employees, inspection preparedness, workplace violence prevention, and health and wellness initiatives.

Tiffani assists employers in analyzing and responding to citations and representing the employer in litigation if the matter is not otherwise resolved. She has presented on numerous safety and employment topics such as Terminating Unsafe Employees and OSHA Recordkeeping in addition to writing numerous safety and health articles.

Tiffani earned an Industrial Safety and Health Certificate through Georgia Tech's OSHA Training Institute in 2012.  Tiffani provides her clients with day-to-day preventive advice to reduce the likelihood of employment demands, charges, and litigation.

She also prepares employee handbooks and policies, conducts manager and employee training, and provides counsel regarding hiring, termination, unemployment, wage and hour, harassment, discrimination, and other federal and state laws and regulations affecting employment.

Tiffani previously worked in a national law firm focused on construction and labor and employment law. Tiffani was selected for inclusion in Georgia Super Lawyers - Rising Stars in 2014 and in previous years.

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals

Professional Activities

Member, American Bar Association
Member, Atlanta Bar Association

Presentations

America's Safest Companies Conference – Chicago, IL
September 12, 2012

OSHA Inspections: Putting Yourself in the Best Position for that Knock at the Door
CHRM Human Resources & Safety Conference
February 22, 2013 

Compliance with OSHA Recordkeeping – Anything Else Will Be Costly
CHRM Human Resources & Safety Conference
February 22, 2013 

Prepare Before OSHA Comes Knocking: Internal Safety Audits That Work – Webinar
Vivid Learning Systems
November 5, 2012 

Staying Ahead of the Government: OSHA Compliance
Columbus, Georgia Chamber of Commerce
July 27, 2012 

Spring Tune Up for Human Resources
Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce
April 2012 

Taking Safety to the Next Level: Best Practices from the CEOS
Association of General Contractors Annual Safety Supervisor Awards
April 2012 

2012 Agency Enforcement and Self-Auditing – Webinar
BASIC HR
March 13, 2012 

OSHA 2012: What You Should Know and What to Expect – Webinar
Vivid Learning Systems
February 29, 2012 

OSHA’s Top 10: How To Stay Off This Infamous List in 2012 – Webinar
BLR & HR Hero
January 12, 2012 

Emergency Management at Work: How to Prepare for and Respond to a Crisis Situation – Webinar
HR Hero
November 1, 2012 

HR Self-Auditing in a Time of Federal & State Administrative Enforcement and Employer Uncertainty: Why It’s More Important Than Ever
BASIC HR
October 26, 2011 

Terminating Unsafe Employees: A Cornerstone of an Effective Safety Program – Webinar
BLR Audio Conference Series
September 22, 2011

Education

  • Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, GA
    J.D. 2002
  • University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
    B.A. (Industrial Relations) 1998, magna cum laude

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia