Tracey Holmes Donesky Featured by Attorney at Law Magazine
Stinson LLP Partner Tracey Holmes Donesky was recently featured in an Attorney at Law Magazine article, "Tracey Holmes Donesky: From Collegiate Athlete to Effective Litigator" detailing her path to the firm and highlighting her career.
The article profiles Donesky's time as a golf student-athlete at the University of Kentucky, which includes winning the 1996 Walter Byers NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes the top male and female student-athlete in NCAA sports and is considered to be the NCAA's highest academic award. To this day, Donesky is the only golfer, male or female, to win the scholarship.
The article also highlights why Donesky has called Stinson her "professional home" for more than 20 years and provides information on how her employment practice has evolved and what the next chapter of her legal career will entail. The article also calls attention to Donesky's track record as a practical problem solver and profound litigator, noting that she "looks forward to applying her same hard work ethic in the years to come helping clients and parties achieve their objectives, whether it be counseling, litigating or mediating."
Donesky focuses her practice on matters affecting railroads and other transportation-related entities, oil and gas, manufacturing and retail entities. As an employment litigator, she also handles non-compete matters, wage and hour claims and class actions, helping clients with classification determinations and Department of Labor audits, and counseling and litigation related to discrimination and retaliation claims. Donesky recently became certified as a mediator and is integrating mediation into her practice to help parties mediate the full spectrum of employment and other business-related disputes.
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