Frequently called upon to assist with expedited on-boarding or sudden termination of employees, Sarah works closely with senior management and legal and human resources departments. Sarah’s clients range from sole proprietors to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies. Sarah has overseen and managed litigation on a national scale, advising on federal and state employment law, privacy laws, as well as non-solicitation, non-compete, confidentiality, non-disclosure, and competitor employment agreements.
Sarah earns her clients’ trust through building lasting relationships that center on proactive counseling, claim prevention, risk reduction and cost minimization. Whether she is educating her clients about the law, interpreting or drafting, employee handbooks and contracts, Sarah is focused on litigation avoidance. Horn Williamson clients rely upon Sarah for thoughtful advice, creative solutions and a timely response.
Sarah is a member of the Horn Williamson Construction Defect Team.
Some of Sarah’s recent successes include:
Sarah speaks conversational Spanish, a talent she often relies on when counseling clients and during arbitration. Outside the office, Sarah exercises her creativity in the kitchen, crafting new recipes for her family and friends.
Boston University School of Law, J.D. 2004
Rutgers College, The State University of New Jersey, B.A., 2001