Sharina Rodriguez, Esq., has focused her practice in employment litigation and counseling involving age, race, sex and disability discrimination and/or harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, and breach of contract disputes arising under federal, New Jersey and New York law. Her experience also includes counseling private and public employers in all areas of employment law, including with respect to COVID-19 related issues. She is an expert in drafting and revising employee handbooks and policies and conducting investigations of workplace complaints.
Ms. Rodriguez graduated from Rutgers Law School where she participated in a variety of activities and programs including: Moot Court, Minority Student Program, Legal Research, and Writing Teaching Associate Program, and Association of Latin American Law Students. Ms. Rodriguez also participated in the Rutgers Entrepreneurship Clinic, where she acted as a student attorney representing emerging businesses.
|Genova Burns, LLC, Newark, NJ Associate, Employment Litigation and Counseling
||2019 - 2021|
|Law offices of Robert M. Biagiotti Hackensack, NJ
|2013 - 2019|
|Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey|
|New Jersey Women Lawyers Association|
|Rutgers Law School, Newark, NJ (J.D.)||2019|
|Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ (B.A. Jurisprudence, Dean’s List)||2012|
|United States District Court for the District of New Jersey||2019|
|State of New Jersey||2019|
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