Nancy provides employment and labor law counseling and advice to executives, managers, human resource professionals, and in-house counsel. She also litigates employment and labor disputes before administrative agencies and in court.
Nancy is the Boston Office Vice-Chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee. She is also the co-chair of the firm's Reproductive Health Task Force.
Nancy serves as trusted advisor to her clients, providing experienced advice and counseling on employment law issues tracking the life cycle of employees, including hiring, performance management, investigations, wage and hour compliance, navigating leaves of absence and the reasonable accommodation process, and reductions in force. She also drafts employee handbooks, employment agreements, including non-competition agreements, and severance agreements. Her practice includes advising clients on labor-related matters such as the unionization process and managing a unionized workforce. She also conducts harassment and discrimination prevention training for companies.
In her litigation practice, she represents clients in discrimination and retaliation claims, wage and hour violations, traditional labor disputes, contract disputes, and common law employment torts. Two growing areas of Nancy’s practice are advising employers on issues involving employees’ social media activities and working with emerging companies on developing and implementing their employment practices. Her clients operate nationally and regionally in numerous industries, including health care, technology, financial services, human services, and traditional manufacturing settings. Nancy has significant experience working with not-for-profit organizations, particularly in the health care space.
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