Natalie Alameddine Named Inspirational Women Award Nominee by L.A. Times
According to the L.A. Times, the nominees "demonstrated noteworthy success and accomplishments during the last 24 months in their respective fields and made significant contributions to their organization, the business world, and the community at large." The nominees represent a variety of industries and serve as "an example of what hard work, perseverance and resilience can achieve."
Natalie Alameddine's nominee profile, as published in L.A. Times B2B Publishing, is copied in full below.
Partner, Labor & Employment, Blank Rome LLP
Already established as an influential leader at Blank Rome, Natalie Alameddine routinely counsels and represents employers in litigation regarding federal and California wage and hour issues, class actions and Private Attorneys General Act representative actions, discrimination and harassment issues, retaliation, wrongful termination and misclassification. She has become the go-to for employers accused of unlawful wage practices or wrongful termination. Alameddine handles independent contractor and misclassification issues, a hot-button issue in California as well as prioritizing pro bono work in her practice.
To read all the nominee profiles, please click here.