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Cranford Woman Named to Hackensack Law Firm

Maxiel L. Gomez has been promoted as a member of the firm, Pashman Stein PC.

The following information is courtesy of Pashman Stein PC.

Cranford resident Maxiel L. Gomez has been promoted as a member of the firm Pashman Stein PC based out of Hackensack.

Gomez holds nearly 10 years of experience as a litigator with a focus on employment and immigration law matters. She holds experience in representing clients before state and federal courts, as well as state administrative agencies in employment litigation involving wage and hour disputes, harassment, discrimination, retaliation and family medical leave claims.  Gomez also assists clients in obtaining employment based residency, immigrant and non-immigrant visas. She is also chairs the firm’s Diversity Committee.

“It is a genuine pleasure to recognize Max as our new partner. She has become a valuable member of the practice and exemplifies our core values – the highest standards of practice and ethics, as well as dedicated, exemplary service to our clients,” according to Michael Stein, Pashman Stein's co-founder and managing partner, who also heads the firm’s litigation practice,  

Prior to joining Pashman Stein in 2010, Gomez served as a labor and employment attorney at Epstein Becker & Green, PC.  After graduating law school, Gomez served as clerk for the Honorable Robert A. Coogan, J.S.C. 

She is a board member of the Rutgers School of Law – Newark Alumni Association, as well as a member of the New Jersey Hispanic Bar Association and the New Jersey Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.  Gomez is also admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York, as well as the United States District Court for both the District of New Jersey and Southern District of New York and the United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

Her credentials include a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law and a B.A from Boston University. 

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