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Labor & Employment - Illinois
"She brings a fantastic lens to very difficult decisions surrounding employment. She supports our business objectives and makes us feel like we were the only client she is focused on." "Norma has always been very helpful and responsive. She asks the right questions to help us move to resolution quickly. She is well experienced and provides good guidance."
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Advises non-profit clients, nationwide, in virtually all areas of employment law; extensive experience conducting highly sensitive employment-related investigations; counsels on leave management, reasonable accommodations, sexual harassment, diversity and inclusion, and compliance with federal, state and local employment laws; drafts and negotiates employment agreements; drafts and enforces restrictive covenant agreements; and conducts supervisor training on human resources issues
Partner, Labor and Employment Department and Associations and Foundations Practice Group; member of the firm’s Legal Personnel and Administration Committee; member of the firm’s Chicago office Committee to Promote Racial and Social Justice
Author, commentator and lecturer on labor and employment, fiduciary and diversity and inclusion issues
Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1995; editor-in-chief of the law review, 1994-1995); U.S. Army Intelligence Officer (1984 – 1992); Defense Intelligence College (M.S. in Strategic Intelligence, 1989); Southern Illinois University (B.S. 1982)