In May of 2014, I founded Cordello Law PLLC to focus on labor and employment litigation on behalf of employees throughout the Rochester, New York area. Since that time, my law firm has been instrumental in obtaining significant financial recoveries for clients through the litigation and negotiation of employments disputes.
I received my Juris Doctor degree from New York Law School (NYLS). NYLS was founded in 1891 and is one of the oldest independent law schools in the country.
NYLS has also been named a top school by preLaw magazine in family law, business law, human rights, criminal law, tax, IP, alternative dispute resolution, trial advocacy and litigation. Its other popular programs include real estate, fashion, international law, and financial services law, among others.
When you come to me with an employment law issue, I understand that it can be a difficult and stressful time for you. That’s why I create a safe and confidential space for you to openly discuss your concerns with me. With over 20 years of experience as an employment law specialist, there is practically nothing I haven’t seen before, so I can offer you the best guidance possible. Unlike at other law firms where you may be passed off to paralegals or secretaries, you’ll work directly with me. I will listen carefully to your concerns and use my experience to provide you with the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your legal options. Together, we’ll work to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
At Cordello Law, I provide comprehensive legal services to protect employees’ rights in the workplace. My services include wrongful termination, workplace harassment and retaliation, employment and disability discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, unsafe work environment, family medical leave issues, wage disputes, severance agreements, and union and labor protections.
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