Sarah Nash advises clients on a wide variety of labor and employment issues including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Act, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs regulations, anti-discrimination law, and whistleblower law. She provides employers counsel regarding terminations, non-disclosure agreements, personnel issues, wage and hour issues, and employment practices and policies.  Ms. Nash has also advised tribally-owned entities on unique labor and employment issues, including Native American preferences, sovereign immunity questions, and Title VII jurisdiction.

Ms. Nash has litigated cases before federal and state courts, including representing clients at arbitration, administrative proceedings, and mediation. She has participated in litigation in a number of practice areas, including labor and employment, administrative procedure, constitutional law, trademark law, and appellate practice.

Prior to joining PilieroMazza, Ms. Nash represented clients on whistleblower matters and corporate and government transparency. Specific to labor law, she has experience both defending against and litigating unfair labor practices and negotiating collective bargaining agreements as counsel to service and construction industry labor unions. 

Education

  • George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2011
  • Stanford University, B.A., 2006

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Publications

"Seller Beware: 5 Tips to Keep Bad Employment Practices from Holding Up a Sale," PilieroMazza PLLC Legal Advisor, Fourth Quarter 2018

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