Jesse Grasty has extensive experience litigating and counseling complex labor and employment matters in federal and state courts and before federal, state and local agencies. Prior to joining NFC, Mr. Grasty worked as an Associate in the private sector. During that time, Mr. Grasty gained extensive experience litigating claims under, and providing legal advice and counsel regarding compliance with, labor and employment laws including Title VII, ADA, FLSA, and FMLA. Mr. Grasty’s experience spans across a wide range of industries including hospitality, publishing, finance, home lending, engineering and accounting.
|Klein Zelman Rothermel Jacobs & Schess LLP, New York, New York||2011 - 2019|
|Franklin, Gringer & Cohen, PC, Garden City, New York||2006 - 2011|
|St. John’s University School of Law, J.D.
St. John’s International Law Review
St. Thomas More Scholarship Recipient
|University of Michigan
B.A., Economics & History
|State of New York||2007|
|United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York||2008|
|United States District Court for the Southern District of New York||2008|
|State of New Jersey||2018|
|United States District Court of New Jersey||2018|
|United States District Court of Colorado||2019|
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