LaLonnie Gray

Associate at Fisher Philips

LaLonnie Gray is an associate in the Denver office of Fisher Philips where she advises clients on a variety of employment-related issues.

My Articles

Improving the Social Element of a Company’s ESG Scores by Addressing Workforce Issues

In-house counsel play a critical role in shaping a company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy and improving its ESG scores. Because investors are increasingly focused on ESG issues, in-house counsel must understand how ESG factors are derived and integrated into investors’ review of a company’s financial and reputational health.

Mind the Gap: Practical Solutions to Minimize Pay Equity Claims

Employers are continuing to examine how to properly identify, audit, and address equal pay issues within their organizations. To increase pay transparency and expand the limited “equal work” standard under federal law, US states have enacted pay equity laws that, among other things, prohibit salary history inquiries and require equal pay for “substantially similar” work.

A Mid-level Attorney’s Guide to Building Social Capital in the Workplace

To take their career to the next level, mid-level lawyers need to focus on demonstrating value in the workplace and building social capital. This article offers advice on practical and proactive steps individuals can take to advance their careers and build important skills at this stage — about seven or eight years after being admitted to the bar.