Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, P.C. Promotes Three Attorneys, Welcomes Four New Members, and Announces Exciting, New Chapter for One of Its Partners

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For Immediate Release  — Chatham, NJ and San Diego, CA

NFC is Proud to Announce the Following Promotions …

Jesse Grasty, Partner                  
Kirsten M. Grossman, Partner                      
Iman A. Wells, Counsel

NFC recently announced the promotion of two new partners, Kirsten M. Grossman and Jesse Grasty. Both Kirsten and Jesse are valued members of the Firm’s litigation department, and Kirsten leads NFC’s Restrictive Covenant Practice Group.  Suzanne M. Cerra, co-founding partner of NFC, said:  “In addition to being exceptional practitioners and wonderful colleagues, both Kirsten and Jesse are champions of our core values and consistently deliver innovative, creative approaches to litigation on behalf of our clients. They strengthen the Firm’s partnership with their diverse backgrounds and perspectives and reflect NFC’s deep commitment to our clients. We congratulate Kirsten and Jesse on this significant milestone, and are grateful for their exceptional leadership and strategic partnerships with our clients.” 

The Firm is also very proud to announce the promotion of Iman A. Wells to Counsel. Iman has been with NFC since 2018 and focuses her practice on litigation, investigations, and training. “Iman is an outstanding lawyer who displays exceptional acumen in the services she delivers to NFC’s clients. She is a strong adviser, who approaches clients’ matters strategically and always stays laser focused on achieving their desired results. Through her strong relationships and commitment to always bring the best to everything she does, Iman represents the best of NFC,” continued Cerra.

These promotions reflect the commitment NFC has made to ensuring that our clients have access to the best employment law talent.

Reema L. Chandnani, Associate   
Catherine A. Williams, Of Counsel
Ola A. Nunez, Counsel                     
Nana J. Yee, Counsel

At NFC, we are continuing to expand our team in order to deliver the best possible representation to our amazing clients. We are pleased to announce the following new attorneys, who recently joined NFC’s bi-coastal operations: Reema L. Chandnani, Associate (Chatham, NJ); Catherine A. Williams, Of Counsel; Ola A. Nunez Counsel (Chatham, NJ); and Nana J. Yee, Counsel (San Diego, CA).  “We are thrilled to welcome Reema, Cathy, Ola, and Nana as part of the future generation of NFC attorneys.  They are all incredibly talented lawyers who will strengthen NFC and provide significant value to our clients,” said Cerra.

NFC Congratulates …

Holly English, Esq.

Rounding out the Firm’s news is the announcement that Holly English, who has been a Partner at NFC for twelve years and former Co-Chair of NFC’s DEI Council, will be evolving into a new role at the Firm. In this next chapter, Holly will focus largely on client trainings, which is one of her passions.  “We are thrilled that we are retaining Holly in this capacity where she will pursue her passion for educating and evolving clients in this focused role given she is truly a phenomenal instructor.  Holly is a lifelong learner and someone who cares deeply about the development of those around her,” said Katherin Nukk-Freeman, NFC’s co-founding partner. “Her leadership on client service and all aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion are a continuing source of inspiration to all of us at NFC.”

Holly and her husband Fred will split their time between coasts, where Holly will continue to work with clients to deliver innovative employment law training and also spend time with her family, including her new granddaughter, Annie. 

To learn more about these NFC team members, please visit our website at


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