Lyndsey M. Marcelino provides advice and counsel to clients on a variety of employment issues, under state and federal law, relating to wage and hour law including pay practices and worker classification issues, as well as sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and breach of contract issues. Lyndsey also has significant experience counseling gig economy companies on how to properly classify workers, avoid litigation, and develop policies and practices consistent with state and federal law.
When a client is sued, Lyndsey has extensive experience handling all stages of litigation, including initial fact gathering, briefing certification and dispositive motions, managing pretrial discovery, and preparing for depositions with the dual goals of seeking early and efficient resolution of disputes through mediation or negotiated settlement, and ensuring the case is prepared for success at trial. She has represented individual and corporate clients in numerous mediations and in confidential arbitration proceedings.
Additionally, Lyndsey conducts training seminars on employment issues for companies and their managers. She also has counseled numerous clients developing and drafting employment agreements, policies, and handbooks that are both legally compliant and consistent with the client’s workplace culture.