Peter A. Romero has practiced exclusively in the area of employment law for more than eleven years. Peter regularly represents both employers and employees in workplace litigation, including trial and appellate practice, administrative proceedings before the Department of Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and New York State Division of Human Rights. He is highly experienced in complex litigation, including collective and class action lawsuits.
Employees: Peter advocates on behalf of workers who have been subject to discrimination, harassment and unlawful pay practices.
Employers: Peter provides advice on all areas of employment law, with an emphasis on litigation avoidance strategies, preventive personnel practices, and policy audits to ensure compliance with laws affecting the workplace. He helps employers achieve efficient, cost-effective resolutions to workplace disputes.
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I was privileged to work under Peter's tutelage as an Associate in Long Island, New York. To this day, I consider him to be my role model. I have personally seen Peter work tirelessly for his clients, leaving no stone unturned. He is simply a natural and does not stop working until he is completely satisfied with his work product. With a combination of intellect, up-to-date knowledge of the law (including its nuances) and wit, I have observed him tackle and subdue the position of attorneys from white shoe law firms. In negotiations and at trial, he articulates his position with utmost resolve and persuasion, obtaining higher than expected results for his clients. With that said, it is no surprise that Peter has a very high success rating in achieving settlements and verdicts on behalf of employees, assuring his clients that he leaves no money on the table. If you hire Peter A. Romero, Esq. you can rest assured you have a tough negotiator and litigator by your side.
Rashmee Sinha Employment & Labor Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
Peter is an exceptional lawyer. He demonstrates consistent professionalism, dedication to his client and is a strong advocate. I highly recommend him on all employment matters including trials. He is experienced in representing both plaintiffs and management side clients.
Patricia Pastor Business Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||2003||03/13/2015|
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|Employment Law - Individuals and Litigation - Labor & Employment||Best Lawyers in America, 22nd Edition||2016|
|Employment Law - Individuals and Litigation - Labor & Employment||Best Lawyers in America, 21st Edition||2015|
|Avvo "Excellent" Rated Attorney||Avvo||2015|
|Avvo "Superb" Rated||Avvo||2015|
|Employment Law - Individuals and Litigation - Labor & Employment||Best Lawyers in America, 20th Edition||2014|
|Employment Law - Individuals and Litigation - Labor & Employment||Best Lawyers in America, 19th Edition||2013|
|Partner||Frank & Associates, P.C.||2008 - 2015|
|Litigation Associate||Frank & Associates, P.C.||2004 - 2008|
|Associate||Hill, Langsam & Moin||2003 - 2004|
|Paralegal||Nassy, Hill, Langsam & Moin||1999 - 2003|
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|National Employment Lawyers Association (New York chapter)||Member||2007 - Present|
|Derosa v. National Envelope Corp., 595 F.3d 99 (2d Cir. 2010)||The Court of Appeals vacated the judgment of the district court, which had granted the employer's motion for summary judgment dismissing Plaintiff's Americans with Disabilities Act claim. Mr. Romero represented the employee-plaintiff.|
|Welch v. United Parcel Service, Inc., 871 F.Supp.2d 164 (E.D.N.Y. 2012)||The Court upheld the jury's award of compensatory damages on Plaintiff's claims of retaliation under the State Human Rights Law and denied Defendant's post-trial motions. Mr. Romero represented the employee-plaintiff.|
|Fashawn Cohen v. State of New York, 10 N.Y.S.3d 628 (2d Dep't 2015).||The Appellate Division found the employer failed to establish that it engaged in a good faith ineractive process that assessed the needs of the disabled employee and the reasonableness of her requested accommodation. Mr. Romero represented the plaintiff.|
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|St John's University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|St John's University||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Seminar||"Employee Discipline and Discharge: How to Avoid Employment Litigation"||2008|