Natalie Norfus has represented numerous private and public sector clients in various labor and employment matters including grievance arbitrations, investigation of claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation, and defense of employment discrimination and wrongful termination claims brought in state and federal courts. Ms. Norfus regularly advises clients on issues relating to the non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"), the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and various other federal and state employment laws. She also develops employment policies and employee handbooks, as well as, provides trainings on topics such as the FMLA, E-discovery, Internal Investigations, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, I-9 Compliance, Technology in the Workplace and Diversity, Anti-Harassment and Sensitivity in the Workplace.
|"Retiree Benefits: Does an Employer's Obligation to Pay Ever End?"
Compensation & Benefits Review 40.5 (January 2008) [Author]
|"Assessing the Recent Revisions to Model Rule 8.5: How do the Changes Affect American Licensed Attorneys Practicing Abroad, Specifically in Japan?"
The George Washington International Law Review 36:3 (January 2004) [Author]
Honors, Awards and Pro Bono Activity
- American Bar Association, Section of Labor & Employment, Trial Advocacy Competition, Regional Co-Chair