Nicole M. Monachino is Of Counsel in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She has extensive trial litigation and litigation avoidance experience. She represents employers and managers in state and federal courts in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Ohio, as well as before arbitration panels. Ms. Monachino’s litigation experience includes the representation of employers and managers across the spectrum of workplace law issues, including employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims, wage and hour lawsuits, disability and leave matters, and restrictive covenant disputes.
Ms. Monachino’s federal court trial experience includes a successful age discrimination and retaliation trial in the Southern District of Ohio, wherein the jury ruled in favor of the employer and individual managers on all counts, after a twelve day trial. She has also second chaired a significant wage and hour litigation against the Solicitor of Labor, regarding claims of misclassification of numerous logistics and trucking related positions. Ms. Monachino has significant experience representing employers in the prosecution and defense of restrictive covenant matters in temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction hearings before federal and state courts. She has participated in union avoidance campaigns, represented employers in collective bargaining, and defended against unfair labor practice charges. Ms. Monachino has also represented employers in labor arbitrations, including the application and scope of neutrality agreements. She has litigated labor-related claims, including hybrid Section 301 allegations and Section 302 “thing of value” claims.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Nicole M. Monachino