FordHarrison Grows New York Numbers with Addition of Danielle Moss and Saima Zuberi as Associates

Date   Jan 13, 2015

FordHarrison LLP, one of the country's largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Danielle J. Moss and Saima J. Zuberi have joined the firm as Associates in the New York office. Prior to coming to FordHarrison, Danielle served as Felony Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney's Office, and Saima comes to the firm after working as an associate at Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP, a general practice firm based in Connecticut.
"We are elated to be expanding the New York office and the FordHarrison family with such talented attorneys," said Stephen Zweig, the Office Managing Partner of FordHarrison's New York office. "They both bring valuable experience and a tenacious commitment to customer service that will serve the firm and its clients well."

Danielle concentrates her practice on counseling clients in employment law matters. Her practice includes representing employers in litigation involving claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and violations of federal and state employment law regulations.

"I am excited to work alongside such revered and knowledgeable attorneys, and have the chance to be a part of the continued success of FordHarrison," said Danielle.

Saima concentrates her practice on the representation of management in employment law matters. She has extensive experience in the enforcement of non-competition and non-solicitation provisions in employment agreements. Saima also advises clients on compliance with federal and state employment regulations and counsels them on avoiding claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and violations of other state and federal employment statutes. Saima frequently represents defense contractors, insurance brokers, landlords, banks, law firms and utilities.

About joining the firm, Saima said, "FordHarrison is an innovative, client-focused firm that will allow me to grow, and improve my labor and employment practice."