Abigail M. Kagan focuses her practice on employment law, with particular experience in conducting transactional due diligence, defending single-plaintiff, class and collective actions, second-chairing labor negotiations, and drafting personnel policies and other employment documents. She has advised clients on EEO concerns, the gig economy, data privacy, leaves of absence, reductions in force, wage and hour audits, unemployment insurance, short-term disability, restrictive covenants, and NLRA application to non-union members.
Abigail has conducted internal investigations and developed and facilitated dozens of trainings on topics including sexual harassment, performance management, and internal investigations. Abigail has extensive experience in the healthcare industry. She is also well versed in addressing compliance issues facing clients in private equity, finance, technology, architecture, and insurance
Columbia Law School, JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2016
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, MPH Aging and Public Health, 2013
Columbia University, BA Psychology, 2011
Eastern District of New York
Southern District of New York
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