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Nancy concentrates her practice on representing business, corporate, and municipal clients in all aspects of employment litigation and counseling, including wrongful discharge, employee discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation, in state and federal court. She also represents employers in proceedings and investigations concerning claims of wage-and-hour violations. Nancy serves as lead counsel to her clients in trials, mediations, and arbitrations.

In addition to her employment experience, Nancy counsels and represents corporate and municipal clients in traditional labor matters, including drafting, interpreting, and litigating issues concerning collective bargaining agreements and defending unions in complex litigation related to contract disputes. She has assisted clients throughout all stages of the collective bargaining process, including negotiations and final settlement of terms.

Nancy has experience representing clients in a wide variety of civil litigation, including contract disputes, defense of professional liability claims, tax appeals, and land use disputes.

Bar Associations

  • New Haven County Bar Association, Executive Committee, Member; Court Relations Committee, Chair
  • Connecticut Bar Association

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Barclay Damon’s Women’s Forum

Prior Experience

  • Halloran & Sage, LLP, Associate
  • Gesmonde, Pietrosimone & Sgrignari, LLC, Associate
  • Carmody, Torrance, Sandak & Hennessey, LLP, Paralegal

Selected Honors

  • Selected to Super Lawyers Connecticut Rising Stars: Personal Injury – General: Defense, 2021

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