Congratulations To KZA’s Nicole Martin And Jody Florence!
September 2, 2021
Kamer Zucker Abbott (KZA) is very pleased to announce that associate Nicole Martin has been named a KZA Partner! Nicole joined our firm in 2009 as a paralegal and became an associate in 2014. As a Partner, she will continue to represent Nevada’s employers in all facets of labor and employment law.
Nicole has considerable experience in traditional labor law, representing clients in collective bargaining negotiations, labor arbitrations, and union elections. In addition, she has battled before the National Labor Relations Board in several trials, including a complex matter involving thirteen alleged discriminatees that was tried over the course of three months.
We are also excited to announce that of counsel Jody Florence has transitioned back to her position as a KZA Partner! Jody joined the firm in 1998 and became a partner in 2003. Since 2014, she has served as of counsel to the firm, assisting clients and the firm’s attorneys with labor and employment matters and publishing the KZA Employer Report. As a Partner, Jody will continue this work. She will also coordinate KZA’s educational programs, including our webinars and seminars.
Because the KZA Employer Report and our educational programs are specifically designed to serve our clients, your input and feedback are very important. If you have suggestions for future webinar topics or feedback on the webinars or the KZA Employer Report, please contact Jody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to grow the KZA partnership and continue to offer Nevada’s employers the unique and specialized service a boutique management-side labor and employment law firm provides.
KZA Employer Report articles are for general information only; they are not intended and should not be construed to be legal advice. Reading or replying to such articles does not establish an attorney-client relationship. In addition, because the subject matters and applicable laws discussed in Employer Report articles are often in a state of change and not always applicable to every type of business entity or organization, readers should consult with counsel before making decisions based on the same.