Tanya Nardone, Of Counsel

As an employment and labor law attorney who represents closely-held businesses, including dental and other professional practices, in employment and labor law matters, Tanya Nardone assists the firm’s professional practice and small business clients in matters such as:

  1. Interview process, hiring, and related documentation;
  2. Discipline, discharge, and related documentation;
  3. Compliance with federal and state employment regulations, such as discrimination laws, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Workers’ Compensation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act;
  4. Equal Employment Opportunity/Ohio Civil Rights compliance and representation;
  5. Claims for unemployment compensation benefits;
  6. Legal research and advice on various employment issues;
  7. Internal and background investigations;
  8. Personnel System Development and updates, including, but not limited to, the development and/or updates to: (i) employment handbooks; (ii) structured interviews; and (iii) performance evaluations; and
  9. Negotiations, contract administration, and arbitration.

Ms. Nardone has also conducted many supervisory and employee trainings for employers on various employment related topics such as: (i) hiring and firing; (ii) discipline, discharge, and documentation; (iii) discriminatory harassment; (iv) performance evaluations; (v) difficult conversations with employees; (vi) minimizing risks and liabilities related to employment matters; and (vii) leave issues. Ms. Nardone has further expertise in representing professionals before their respective state boards related to their professional license.

Ms. Nardone formerly served as a Management Consultant for Clemans, Nelson & Associates and an Assistant Attorney General for the Ohio Attorney General’s office under Betty Montgomery. She also served as a State Prosecutor and Equal Opportunity Analyst in the State of Florida.


  • Capital University Law School, J.D.
  • Miami University, B.S.

Bar & Court Admissions

  • State of Ohio (1996)
  • State of Florida (1999)

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