Litigation Defense

NFC’s core philosophy is to tactically help clients prevent employment litigation.  When prevention is not possible, NFC vigorously defends against such claims.  Lead by Partners who are active members of labor and employment bar associations, this tenacious team is well known by judges, adversaries and colleagues throughout the region. 

NFC’s litigation group is comprised of collaborative and strategic counselors all dedicated to delivering consummate client service.  Our substantive expertise encompasses all areas of employment, labor and benefit law, utilizing decades of experience litigating thousands of cases and appeals for companies of all sizes, including Fortune 100 clients. 

  • Litigates thousands of cases in state and federal courts in NY/NJ Metropolitan Area and Southern California
  • Defends charges on a national level before EEO agencies
  • Navigates government agency audits & investigations
  • Represents clients before self -regulatory agencies and arbitration/ mediation organizations


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