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Ashley Prickett Cuttino • Associate

Ogletree Deakins • Greenville, South Carolina

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Ogletree Deakins
The Ogletree Building, Suite 500
300 North Main St.
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
phone 864.271.1300
fax  864.235.8806


Ms. Cuttino is a 2002 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law.  During law school, Ms. Cuttino served as Research Editor for ABA Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal and participated as a member of Moot Court Bar.Prior to law school, Ms. Cuttino received a Masters in Human Resource Development and undergraduate degree from Clemson University.Ms. Cuttino is a member of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division, the American Bar Association, and the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association.Ms. Cuttino concentrates her practice in management-side employment litigation, including defending claims against wage and hour, discrimination, wrongful discharge, and breach of contract.  Ms. Cuttino also has a broader general litigation practice that has allowed her to represent the defense in complex toxic tort actions, FELA claims in the railroad defense arena, and medical malpractice.In addition to her litigation practice, Mrs. Cuttino counsels employers and provides training on various employment issues that they face each day, including wage and hour issues, medical and disability issues, privacy concerns, and all forms of workplace policies. She negotiates and drafts employee-related agreements, including employment agreements and separation and release agreements ? all with an eye toward providing her clients the business results they seek, coupled with the strongest legal protections possible.Ms. Cuttino also has become very experienced in e-discovery and the use of emerging technologies in the workplace.  She has given multiple speeches and presentations on this topic.  Ms. Cuttino’s presentations include:
<li>E-Discovery: What You Need to Know, 2007 South Carolina Bar Convention<li>E-Discovery: Save It or Waive It, South Carolina Employment Law Update<li>Welcome to the 21st Century, Greenville Bar Association<li>Welcome to the 21st Century: Managing Technology in the Workplace, 2006 Human Resources Law Update


  • College: B.A. in English, cum laude with honors, Clemson University, 1998
  • Law School: J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law, 2002
  • Other: M.H.R.D. in Human Resource Development, Clemson University, 1999

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