CHATHAM, NJ – June 15, 2020 – Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, PC (NFC), a top-ranked Employment Law Firm representing management, is pleased to announce that co-founding partner Suzanne M. Cerra has been invited to join the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Pandemic Task Force, Law Firm Reopening Committee. The NJSBA has created a statewide Pandemic Task Force to examine issues created by the COVID-19 crisis that affect the judicial system, the legal profession, the practice of law, and access to justice for the public. Comprised of retired judges and lawyers representing NJSBA sections and committees, local, affinity and specialty bar associations, the task force will oversee five special committees that will focus on law firm opening and operations, resuming jury trials, practice of law issues, courthouse operations and logistics and access to justice.
As a member of the Law Firm Opening and Operations Committee, Ms. Cerra will partner with the team and help
address issues specific to law firms of allsizes and provide best practice recommendations and guidance for opening
and maintaining safe and healthy law office environments for lawyers, employees and clients. “Since the beginning
of the crisis, Suzanne has been tirelessly counseling clients and our own team on every aspect of the pandemic as it
relates to employment law. She will be an invaluable resource for this committee offering a unique perspective and
thoughtful insight based on her real time pulse on what priorities law firms must consider for a safe and healthy
return to work environment,” stated Co-Founding Partner, Katherin Nukk-Freeman. “Suzanne’s commitment and
experience is ideal for this committee and we are thrilled that she has been invited to participate and represent
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