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Geoff has practiced employment law since 2003, working in areas including litigation, negotiation, dispute resolution, advice, investigation, and training with clients from many different backgrounds. He is one of only several attorneys in the country that has actually tried a wage and hour class action. He has also presented numerous other employment-related matters in both the bench and jury trial contexts, in tribal, state, and federal courts. In 2012, he also began working with federally recognized Indian tribes, serving tribal leaders and businesses across the country in a variety of contexts with a focus on nation-building. Geoff has trained more than 8,000 employees in the public, private, and tribal sectors on issues of harassment prevention, equal employment opportunity, legal updates, managing within the law, PL 280, ethics, and conflict navigation. He lives in Roseville, California, and enjoys cooking, sailing, and watching his kids play all sorts of different sports.
AmyAnn Taylor is an attorney specializing in Federal Indian Law. Her involvement in Indian country grew from her interests at an early age in politics and government affairs and later her experiences gained during various internships in Washington, D.C., including with Congress and the Department of Justice. AmyAnn specializes in representing and consulting with tribal governments and entities on a wide variety of matters including employment law, code and policy development, and general counsel services. She currently resides in Elk Grove, California, and in her free time enjoys her family, serving in her local church congregation, reading, sports of all kinds, and improving her photography skills.
Grace is the Development Coordinator here at Geoff Hash Law and at its sister company, EiroBridge. She handles administrative tasks at both companies and facilitates their development through substantive projects and research. Grace holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University and is currently attending Mercer University to earn a Master of Family Therapy degree. Grace has experience in Positive Psychology research, family supervision, quality assurance reading, mentorship, and teaching from her previous academic and professional pursuits. Grace loves working with and helping people, especially in terms of conflict resolution and problem-solving, which is why she resonates so strongly with the goals of Geoff Hash Law and EiroBridge. Outside of work, Grace loves to read, travel, try new food, and spend time with family and friends. Her top bucket list item is to see all seven wonders of the world (currently 2/7!).