Kathleen Siciliano counsels employers of all sizes on discrimination or retaliation claims under Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADA, and ADEA. She also advises educational intuitions on issues involving Title IX and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Her experience further extends to advising employers on employment agreements, medical leave and disability concerns, LGBTQ matters, workplace investigations, and restrictive covenants and trade secret enforcement, all while ensuring state and federal employment law compliance.
Kathleen is prepared to defend her clients in state and federal courts, and before administrative agencies such as the EEOC, the Occupational Health and Safety Commission, and the Bureau of Workers' Compensation. She regularly monitors laws and regulations across the country, as well as new social media platforms and trends, to ensure she advises and updates clients in a timely matter.
From proactively counseling a family-owned business on medical leave issues to defending a large corporation against a claim of discrimination, Kathleen is known for her thoughtful approach and dedication to her clients’ best interests. Her diverse experience is especially helpful when working on issues like advising on DOL investigations and disputes, HR audits, USERRA complaints, complete dismissal of disability cases, and advising local government agencies on open records requests and the Open Meetings Act (Sunshine Law).
Kathleen’s clients operate in a variety of industries, including education, municipal and government, transportation, construction, and food and beverage. She thrives in a fast-paced environment and fights hard for her clients when representing and defending them in state and federal courts on employment litigation matters. As new clients work with Kathleen, they quickly learn that she is someone who they can rely on no matter their issue.