Camden Navarro MassingillMEMBER

Camden Navarro Massingill is a Member at Wyche, P.A. Her practice includes counseling and assisting clients on day-to-day labor and employment-related matters, conducting internal investigations, and all facets of workplace-related litigation defense in federal and state courts, including cases involving wage and hour laws, Title VII, ADA, FMLA, and other anti-discrimination laws and employment-related torts.  In addition to workplace-related litigation, Camden’s broader practice regularly involves assisting clients with their other general litigation needs.

As a lifelong Greenville native, Camden enjoys representing those businesses and individuals who have developed South Carolina into what it has become today.  As such, her employment practice gives her the opportunity to contribute in a meaningful way to the growth and wellbeing of the region she calls home.  She has dedicated her practice to assisting and advising employers in their employment needs as they continue to expand and flourish.

Camden graduated summa cum laude from Vanderbilt University and received her Juris Doctor from George Washington Law School.

Prior to joining Wyche, Camden practiced in the Greenville office of an international labor and employment law firm and served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Aphrodite Konduros of the South Carolina Court of Appeals.

Camden is devoted to understanding her clients and their businesses.  She earns the confidence of her colleagues and peers through attention to detail, superior work product, and prompt communication.

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  • Education
  • Employment
  • Internal Investigations
  • Litigation
  • Outside General Counsel
  • Data Privacy
2013, J.D. The George Washington University Law School
2010, B.A. Vanderbilt University, summa cum laude
  • Achieved summary judgment against plaintiff’s claims against a hospital for ADA discrimination and violation of ADA’s prohibition against medical examinations.
  • Prepared numerous position statements in response to SHAC/EEOC complaints resulting in dismissal and case closures.
  • Prepared and/or revised numerous employee handbooks for both small and multi-state employers.
  • Advised clients on a variety of issues including termination, wage and hour, and medical leaves and accommodations.
  • Obtained summary judgment for Division I collegiate athletic conference and conference Commissioner in contract claim by the conference’s Coordinator of Officials.
  • Conducted Title VII/Title IX investigations for institutions of higher education.
2016-Present Wyche, P.A.
2013-2016 Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
2011 Judicial Intern, Hon. Aphrodite Konduros, South Carolina Court of Appeals, Columbia and Greenville, SC
  • South Carolina Bar, 2013
  • United States District Court for the District of South Carolina
  • Greenville Chamber of Commerce Pulse Young Professionals
  • Greenville Young Lawyers Division, Membership Events Committee
  • Greenville County Bar
  • Greenville County Bar Wellness Committee
  • Serves on the Board of The Furman Co.
  • Meyer Center Impact Committee
  • Families First Coronavirus Response Act,” Wyche at Work, March 2020
  • DOL Rule Blocked“, Wyche at Work, November 2016
  • The DOL’s New Overtime Rule Is Upon Us“, Wyche at Work, November 2016
  • Contributor, Thomas Reuters Practical Law State, “Q&A Hiring Requirements: South Carolina”
  • Contributor, Thomas Reuters Practical Law State, “Q&A: SC Mini-WARN Acts”
  • Contributor, Lex Mundi South Carolina Employment Guide
  • Co-contributor, MLRC Survey of South Carolina Employment Privacy Law
  • Co-contributor, MLRC Survey of South Carolina Libel Law