Nicole Legrottaglie Wohl

Senior Counsel, Sacramento
nlegrottaglie@cdflaborlaw.com
(916) 361-0991
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I Speak Conversational Spanish & Italian

If I Wasn’t a Lawyer I’d Be: A chef

Interesting Fact: I was the first generation in my family to be born in the US

What I Like About CA: The weather!

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About Nicole

Representing employers and management in labor, employment and civil litigation matters in state and federal courts, Nicole A. Legrottaglie aggressively defends her clients in a broad range of employment claims, including claims of discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, ADA/FMLA compliance, wage and hour, contract disputes, and unfair business practices. 

Additionally, Legrottaglie has effectively resolved a wide range of charges filed against employers in administrative actions before a number of state and federal agencies.  She has represented employers before the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, California Labor Commissioner, the California Department of Industrial Relations- Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, and the National Labor Relations Board.

In addition to her litigation practice, Legrottaglie provides advice and counsel to employers of all sizes.  She regularly counsels employers on matters such as hiring, performance issues, workplace policies, practices, and personnel decisions, wage and hour laws, leaves of absence, and prevention of discrimination, harassment and retaliation.  Legrottaglie also has experience conducting independent investigations of internal complaints.

Languages: Spanish & Italian, Conversational

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Education

University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D., 2010

  • Junior Barristers Club, Vice President, 2008–2010

Manhattan College, B.A., Government and Legal Studies, 2007

Presentations

“Employee Termination & Resignation: Managing Final Pay Issues and Knowing Employers’ Rights and Obligations When the Employment Relationship Ends,” BLR, February 2016

“Managing and Addressing Employee Performance in A Post-Complaint Workplace,” SEAC, August 2015

“Steps Employers Can Take To Be Prepared To Respond to Administrative Agency Complaints and Lawsuits,” SEAC, August 2015

"AB 1825 Harassment Training," California Employer Advisor™ Webinar, October 2013

"Employee Termination & Resignation: Managing Final Pay Issues and Knowing Employers' Rights and Obligations When the Employment Relationship Ends," Business & Legal Resources (BLR®), April 2013

Professional Affiliations/Leadership/Awards

American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law - Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee, 2014 - present

Sacramento County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section, 2010 - present

Women Lawyers of Sacramento, 2011 - present

California Young Lawyers Association, 2010 - present

Sacramento Barristers' Club, 2010 - present
 

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