Sharina Rodriguez

Sharina Rodriguez-S

Sharina Rodriguez, Esq., has focused her practice in employment litigation and counseling involving age, race, sex and disability discrimination and/or harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, and breach of contract disputes arising under federal, New Jersey and New York law. Her experience also includes counseling private and public employers in all areas of […]

Heather S. Berman

Heather Berman-S

Heather S. Berman focuses her practice on the defense of management in all stages of employment and labor law litigation in both state and federal court. Ms. Berman defends litigation brought under federal employment discrimination statutes such as Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA, the FMLA, and New Jersey equivalents including the LAD, CEPA and […]

Nivritha C. Ketty

Nivi Ketty-S

Nivritha (“Nivi”) Ketty has both law firm and in-house experience in employment law for clients spanning a range of industries. Prior to joining NFC, Nivi was Associate General Counsel, Employment Law for a major medical center, and was responsible for providing legal advice and counsel regarding compliance with employment and labor laws, including FMLA, ADA, […]

Rachel M. Manne

Rachel M. Manne leads the Firm’s Counseling Practice Group and Training and Development Practice Group. Rachel has extensive expertise in partnering with employers on a broad range of employment law issues. She regularly advises on employer policies, hiring, employment agreements, restrictive covenants, leaves of absences, performance management and terminations, relying upon her deep experience and […]

Phillip J. Lipari

Phillip Lipari-S

Phillip J. Lipari assists businesses, from small companies to Fortune 100 corporations, in a wide array of employment law issues. A leader of the Firm’s Investigations Practice Group, Phill has significant experience investigating matters involving claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, bullying, compliance violations, and more. He developed this expertise in his prior role as a […]

Holly English

Holly English-S

Holly English is a seasoned practitioner with the Firm’s Counseling Department. She has counseled hundreds of clients through complex counseling issues to reach desired results while keeping legal risks low. Holly has counseled management on issues such as hiring, wage and hour, leaves of absence, severance and employment contracts, disability and accommodation, restrictive covenants, termination, […]

Katherin Nukk-Freeman

Katherin Nukk-Freeman-S

Katherin Nukk-Freeman is the co-founder of Nukk-Freeman & Cerra PC. Leveraging more than 30 years of success as a trusted advisor to corporate leaders, Katherin enables companies to proactively address and effectively manage workplace issues related to harassment and discrimination complaints, unconscious bias, disability and leave law, wage and hour disputes, social media risks, staff […]

Suzanne M. Cerra

Suzanne Cerra

Suzanne M. Cerra has devoted her legal career to representing employers in all aspects of employment law, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination matters. She also has extensive experience handling matters that involve the enforcement of restrictive covenants and the protection of  trade secrets and confidential information. Suzanne has represented hundreds of clients in […]

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