To Aleksandr "Sasha" Litvinov, client service means delivering responsiveness and practical, actionable advice. Whether defending accusations of retaliation or harassment, or responding to threats of violence from a former employee, Sasha ensures his clients understand their options as soon as possible and at every turn. He prepares his clients to make confident, informed decisions based on advice tailored to their particular work site, operations, culture, or industry. Sasha also enjoys working on administrative and judicial appeals, and has successfully represented retail and restaurant trade associations before the Kentucky Supreme Court. In addition to handling all manner of employment disputes, Sasha works with clients on state and federal compliance issues, noncompete agreements, RIFs, garnishments, policy audits, handbook revisions, union election campaigns, and cease and desist letters. Sasha frequently presents at L&E seminars to C-suite, HR, and management. He shines when distilling the ever-evolving complexity of labor and employment law into digestible stories. Sasha has also authored published research, including an analysis of privacy laws in the European Union. Since 2012, Sasha has been trusted to represent clients in industry sectors such as Healthcare, Supply Chain, Parts and Food Manufacturing, Tech, Energy, Hospitality, Retail, Education, and Insurance.