Stephanie V. Romeo represents and advises company management teams on a variety of labor and employment law matters through counseling and in litigation before state and federal courts.
Stephanie brings a unique perspective to her practice having interned at the National Labor Relations Board during law school, where she counseled union employees and investigated unfair labor practice charges from a “plaintiff’s” perspective. Stephanie advises and counsels in claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, family/medical leave, disability accommodation, and labor relations before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. She conducts sensitive workplace investigations dealing with complex employment issues and represents clients in multiple industries including education, childcare, healthcare, and manufacturing.
Stephanie drafts dispositive motions which have led to favorable decisions for clients, including the limiting of available claims and damages. She is also a frequent speaker on labor and employment issues before various groups, including the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the American Society of Employers, and local radio stations. She has given presentations, taught seminars, and provided guidance pertaining to wage and hour law, unemployment compensation, equal employment opportunity law, leaves of absence, and the impact of COVID-19 on employee speech.
Prior to attending law school, Stephanie worked at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research interviewing respondents and collecting data for a renowned national study measuring consumer confidence in the economy.