Marybeth Mullaney

Attorney at Law

Employment Attorney

Fighting for the Rights of Employees

Marybeth Mullaney only represent employees. She is dedicated to fighting for the rights of working men and women. Work gives us a sense of identity, purpose and a feeling of accomplishment. The loss of a job can be devastating. This is especially true, when it is not your fault. Depending upon the situation, Marybeth may be able to help.

You work hard, and deserve to get paid for the time and effort you put in. If you suspect that your employer owes you overtime or is paying you incorrectly, Marybeth may be able to help.

ATTORNEY PROFILE

Marybeth Mullaney graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1993. She is admitted to practice law in the State of South Carolina and in the State of New York. She started her legal career working as a public defender in New York City with the Legal Aid Society. In 2007, she began working as an Assistant Public Defender with the Ninth Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Charleston, SC. In that position, she was named Statewide Public Defender of the Year in 2009. In 2011, she opened her own practice in Mt. Pleasant, SC with a focus on employment law. Marybeth represents primarily plaintiffs in employment discrimination cases, wage and hour litigation and civil rights.

Education:

Irmo High School 1985
Fairfield University 1989, B.A.
University of South Carolina School of Law 1993, J.D.

Admitted to Practice:

South Carolina 1993
New York 1996

Admitted before the following Courts:

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit;
The United States District Court for the District of South Carolina;
and all courts in the State of New York and in the State of South Carolina.

Professional Memberships:

National Employment Lawyers Association (“NELA”),
South Carolina Women’s Lawyers Association,
South Carolina Bar Association,
New York Bar Association,
Charleston County Bar Association.

In The News

Hyman’s Seafood settles wage theft suit for $1 million

Hyman’s Seafood settles wage theft suit for $1 million A federal judge in Charleston on Friday approved a $1 million settlement for Hyman’s Seafood employees who sued the restaurant for illegally shorting their wages through an improper tip pool and...

West Ashley restaurants sued over tip out schemes

West Ashley restaurants sued over tip out schemes Two West Ashley restaurants are being sued for allegedly requiring employees to share their tips with owners and managers. Attorney Marybeth Mullaney, who filed the separate suits against Gene’s Haufbrau...

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Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

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