Taylor Brailey counsels and represents employers in a broad range of employment matters.

She regularly defends employers before state and federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitrators in single-plaintiff and class and complex disputes involving the following types of claims:

  • Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
  • Leaves and accommodations
  • Wage and hour
  • Whistleblower

Taylor also works closely with clients to take proactive steps to avoid litigation, and to pragmatically respond to the continuously-developing landscape of employment laws that affect their workplace. She develops, reviews, and advises on the implementation of employee handbooks and paid leave policies, and provides counsel on workplace issues including pre-employment testing and reductions in force.

Prior to joining Littler, Taylor was an associate in the labor and employment practice of a large regional law firm. In law school, Taylor was the editor in chief of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s Journal of Law and Commerce. She also served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Lisa Pupo Lenihan of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

Affiliazioni professionali e istituzionali


Allegheny County Bar Association


Named, Rising Star


Super Lawyers


Recipient, William H. Eckert Award

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

May 2017

Recipient, CALI Awards of Excellence for Employment Discrimination and Law and Human Behavior

University of Pittsburgh School of Law



  • Pennsylvania Employment Law Deskbook, 4th Edition, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Contributing author, 2018

Speaking Engagements

COVID-19 – 24 Months In: Where Are We?

Association of Corporate Counsel – Western Pennsylvania Chapter

March 22, 2022


  • J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2017cum laude
  • B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 2014

Foro di appartenenza



  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania