“Demand for Goodwin's employment counsel is rising as our unique capital-meets-innovation platform continues to grow,” said Rob Hale, chair of Goodwin’s Employment practice. “Christina has an outstanding track record in employment litigation and transaction work, and we are thrilled to welcome her to the Goodwin partnership.”
Lewis represents employers in all facets of their relationships with employees. She is an effective counselor, who advises and assists clients with employment terminations, internal investigations, restrictive covenant issues, wage-and-hour compliance, disability issues, leave of absence issues, privacy issues and reductions-in-force, among other matters. Lewis also provides labor and employment expertise in transactions and negotiates employment agreements and separation agreements. In addition, she is an experienced employment litigator, having handled dozens of significant cases involving defense of wage and hour class actions, restrictive covenant litigation, Family and Medical Leave Act and Americans with Disabilities Act disputes, and unfair labor practice cases.
Lewis received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law.
Lewis can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and 617.570.1565.
Goodwin’s Employment lawyers provide experienced guidance to employers facing challenging employment risks and claims. With deep experience in counseling, litigation, investigations, corporate transactions and labor management relations, the firm’s Employment practice provides practical advice and effective representation to employers across the private equity, technology, life sciences, real estate and financial industries. Goodwin’s Employment practice has been recognized by Chambers, The Legal 500 and U.S. News Best – Lawyers®.