Nadia represents clients in an array of labor and employment matters, both in litigation disputes and counseling.
She has represented employers in claims involving alleged wage and hour violations, single and multi-plaintiff discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charges, national and local pay equity issues, Americans with Disabilities Act Title III and Title VII issues and ERISA litigation involving claims for benefits.
Nadia also advises clients on compliance with federal state and local employment laws and drafts workplace policies and handbooks for employers and human resources departments. She also offers training and drafts presentations on various topics.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Nadia was an attorney at a premier national law firm. She also participated in a five-month secondment at a Fortune 500 financial services company as a member of its in-house litigation team.
During law school, Nadia clerked for the same global Fortune 500 financial institution in their Employment and Labor Law Department. She was also a law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey. In addition, she served as an associate editor at the Rutgers Law Record. In law school, Nadia was a Philip J. Levin Scholar and a recipient of the Garden State Bar Association Scholarship.
After college, Nadia participated in a training program for social entrepreneurs under the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship at Columbia University that integrated business planning with social and economic justice. Nadia has also traveled for the U.S. State Department to countries in Europe to talk to agencies and organizations involved in drafting laws relating to workforce development and socioeconomic impact relating to first and second generation Europeans.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Nadia is an appointed member of the Supreme Court of New Jersey Committee on Women in the Courts and its Bar Education Committee and Women of Color Committee. In this role, she works with a committee of judges and lawyers from private to public interest to address key issues and topics facing the judiciary and attorneys alike. She is also currently a member of the Sidney Reitman Employment Law Inn of Court.