Maria Cáceres-Boneau practices in the area of labor and employment law. Ms. Cáceres-Boneau represents clients in cases involving discrimination, harassment retaliation, misclassification and wage and hour claim violations in federal and state court and arbitration as well as before administrative agencies. Her experience includes every phase of litigation from pre-suit demands through trial and appeal. She serves as primary contact for numerous clients seeking counseling advice on employment matters such as termination, retaliation, requests for accommodation, workplace violence prevention, pay equity practices, COVID-19 and changes in employment law. In addition, Ms. Cáceres-Boneau has extensive experience investigating internal complaints of sexual and other types of harassment and discrimination, including allegations made against executives. She also conducts manager and employee trainings.
Ms. Cáceres-Boneau is a graduate of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She also earned an M.S. from Hunter College and a B.A. from Yale University. She is fluent in Spanish.
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