Chloe J. Macdonald, Esq.

Chloe J. Macdonald, Esq.

Chloe Macdonald focuses her practice on labor and employment, as well as general commercial litigation. She counsels clients in a variety of areas related to the workplace, including the development of employee policies, wage and hour issues, discipline and termination decisions, discrimination and harassment claims, and employment contract disputes. Ms. Macdonald drafts motions and other papers to support litigation matters and conducts discovery for clients who face employment-related lawsuits and administrative proceedings. She also assists with the development of clients’ affirmative action programs and in ensuring compliance with employment-related federal, state, and local regulations.

In addition to her work with the labor and employment litigation groups, Ms. Macdonald supports clients that are involved in business-related disputes.

She previously served as a summer associate with Harter Secrest & Emery, as a legal intern with the Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Counsel in Buffalo and with the Monroe County Public Defender’s Office.

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