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Alice advises employers in virtually all areas of labor and employment and immigration law, litigates labor and employment disputes in federal and state courts and represents clients before federal, state and local administrative agencies in government investigations and litigated matters. She works with clients to devise, implement and manage effective human resources and immigration strategies.

Alice joined the firm after having served as Deputy General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). She brings three decades of experience as a legal advisor and advocate on behalf of domestic and multinational organizations in both the private and public sector, including for profit and nonprofit organizations, primarily in labor and employment and immigration matters.

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  • Listed In:
    • New York Super Lawyers®, Employment and Labor Law, 2009-2017
    • The Best Lawyers in America®, Immigration Law, 2016-2018
    • Who’s Who Legal, Corporate Immigration, 2016
    • The Legal 500: United States, Immigration Law, 2015-2016
  • Past Member, Board of Advisors, Action Against Hunger-USA
  • Past Member, Board of Directors, The Acting Company
  • Provided pro bono representation to Action Against Hunger and Human Rights First (formerly Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) and other arts, education, community and humanitarian organizations and represented clients from African countries seeking asylum based on political persecution

  • “Religious Discrimination in the U.S. Workplace: Is it Getting Better or Worse?”, International Bar Association, Employment & Industrial Relations Law Newsletter, April 2015

  • Legislation: Implications of the Pro-Act and other proposals, NYU Annual Conference on Labor and Employment Law: Initiatives of the Biden Administration, June 8, 2022
  • Speeches and presentations on labor and employment and immigration law topics for human resources, non-profit, legal and trade organizations including the American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Section), the International Bar Association, National Association of Manufacturers, Human Resources Policy Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, New York City Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York, National Association of College and University Attorneys (New York City group), and Ohio State Bar Association