Sarah J. Millsap is a principal in the Omaha, Nebraska, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Sarah maintains long-standing relationships with employers in a variety of industries from healthcare to manufacturing due to her responsiveness and practical, individually tailored approach.
Sarah partners with employers to provide proactive advice and counseling on all labor and employment matters, including employment discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, disability leave management, reductions in force, policy drafting, workplace investigations and traditional labor issues. She frequently provides interactive training for executive and management teams, as well as workplaces of all sizes.
Sarah also maintains an active litigation practice, defending employers in state and federal courts against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, FMLA violations and other employment disputes. She focuses on meeting each client’s goals in litigation, whether that involves obtaining summary judgment, resolving a case through alternative dispute resolution or aggressive defense through trial. She also advocates for clients before a variety of state and federal agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor and Occupational Health and Safety Administration.
Honors and Recognitions
- Chambers USA, “Up and Coming: Labor & Employment” (2023)
- Nebraska Super Lawyers®, "Rising Stars" (2014-2020)
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