Katherine A. Young


Katherine Young has been a practicing attorney in Tennessee since 1995. She is also licensed in California (inactive). The focus of her practice is employment law representing individual plaintiffs. She has worked with hundreds of clients who have experienced discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination. Young is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. District Federal Court for the Southern District of California, U.S. District Federal Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and U.S. District Federal Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, and all Tennessee state courts. Her personal hobbies include reading, swimming, and going to the movies as often as possible.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
My next planned book is for those people who have been fired and who believe that they have a legal basis to bring an action against their former employer. It will outline why the vast majority of people who are fired have no legal recourse, and why the laws are so stacked against the American worker. I also hope to show people that the road through litigation is hard, expensive and time-consuming. If you decide to take that road, I will show you some of things you can expect to experience. I will also explain some of tips and tricks to making litigation a worthwhile experience and how to avoid some of the negativity that surrounds a lawsuit.
Who are your favorite authors?
I really enjoy John Grisham's work but I wish sometimes he would have the lawyer-protagonist enjoy being a lawyer more. I love my work and feel it is very fulfilling but most of his fictional lawyers are demoralized and unhappy. I have to say his books are often very true to life and he has some hilarious scenes of young lawyers that are right on the mark. I also enjoy the works of James A. Michener, Charles Dickens, and Agatha Christie for fiction.
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Where to find Katherine A. Young online


Getting Fired: Prevent or Survive One of Life's Top Stressors
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 28,520. Language: English. Published: November 9, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Career Guides » Legal, Nonfiction » Law » Labor & Employment
Written by an experienced employment lawyer, Getting Fired provides tips and quizzes to check if your suspicion of a coming termination is off-base or all too real. Read client composites of typical scenarios of firing and a lawyer’s advice. Learn to avoid being pushed into a resignation, how to spot situations ripe for negotiating a severance, and other important strategies to come out on top.

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