During law school, Shaun worked as a student-attorney in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, and as a legal intern at SeniorLAW Center.
During law school, Rob worked as a student-attorney in Georgetown’s Civil Rights Clinic and as a legal intern at various civil rights and legal aid organizations in Washington, DC.
Prior to law school, Mr. Martínez began his career as a low wage, agricultural worker. His years of experience as a manual laborer provide valuable context to his representation of employees.
As Co-Chair of the Firm’s Financial Services practice, Mr. Morris’ extensive experience covers the full range of client claims, including discrimination, wage and hour/unpaid wages, whistleblower/qui tam, and financial malfeasance claims.
Ms. Kennedy’s long history of successful representation of False Claims Act whistleblowers makes her particularly effective when working for clients in cases under investigation by the United States government.
As Co-Chair of the Firm’s whistleblower practice, Inayat Ali Hemani works primarily on whistleblower/qui tam cases. He received his law degree from NYU Law School in 2012.
Christine Dunn is Co-Chair of Sanford Heisler Sharp’s Criminal/Sexual Violence Practice Group and a Senior Litigation Counsel in the firm’s Washington, DC office. Ms. Dunn’s practice involves a range of matters, including criminal/sexual violence cases, whistleblower/qui tam matters, and employment discrimination actions.
As Co-Chair of the Firm’s whistleblower practice, John McKnight works primarily on qui tam/whistleblower cases. He received his law degree from University of Maryland Law School in 2011.
Jennifer Siegel is a Senior Litigation Counsel in the New York office who works on both qui tam/whistleblower cases and on gender discrimination cases. She received her law degree from Harvard Law School in 2011.