Employers face increasing demands and pressure to ensure and declare equitable pay for employees, not only from within their own workforces, but also from clients, customers, and government leaders. While states continue passing increasingly progressive pay equity laws, the requirements of such laws may not align with the purpose and intent of federal or state equal pay laws. Employers should be mindful of the risks associated with how state agencies may use pay data collections and be prepared to explain their practices and provide further response, if needed. READ MORE
Natasha defends employers in high-stakes litigation involving claims such as discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, and wage and hour disputes.
Natasha has experience defending employers in the retail, financial, technology, entertainment, media, and healthcare industries. Her practice involves all aspects of employment law in single plaintiff cases, multi-plaintiff cases, collective actions, and class actions. When clients are faced with challenging employment disputes, Natasha is dedicated to providing legal solutions that are tailored to their needs and values. Natasha also counsels employers on matters such as hiring, investigations, terminations, training, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, arbitration agreements, and employee handbooks.