Laura Matlow Wong-Pan is an attorney and mediator, who has practiced law for over 20 years, including in the areas of employment and labor law, education law, nonprofit corporations, and both residential real estate and conservation easements.
Ms. Wong-Pan has been a practitioner of labor and employment law throughout her career and has had experience representing employees in the public and private sector, businesses both large and small, and labor organizations.
She has handled hundreds of matters involving all types of claims known to labor and employment lawyers, including: unlawful terminations; discrimination based on race, national origin, disability, age, gender, and sexual orientation; wage and hour/overtime; sexual harassment; retaliation due to complaints of discriminatory, unlawful, or unethical practices; whistleblower protection; unfair labor practices; restrictive covenants; employment agreements; separation/severance agreements; Family Medical Leave Act leave, disability leave, reasonable accommodations.
She has handled claims in Federal and State courts and before the NYS. Division of Human Rights; U.S. EEOC, PERB and NLRB.
Before starting Law Office of Laura Wong-Pan PLLC, she was a partner at Thomas, Drohan, Waxman, Petigrow & Mayle LLP, representing school districts, colleges and private sector employers. Prior to that, she served in the Orange County Attorney's Office (2002-2012), worked as an associate for Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard PC and also served as a Field Attorney for the NLRB in New York City (1995-1998).
Ms. Wong-Pan also handles special education cases; civil rights; and general litigation.
Mid-Hudson Women's Bar Association (Member, Corresponding Secretary of Board of Directors); Ulster and Dutchess County Bar Associations; NYS Bar Association (Member, Labor/Employment and Dispute Resolution Sections).
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