National labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP is proud to announce Taren Greenidge has been named to The National Black Lawyers "Top 40 Under 40" list for 2024.

“Top 40 Under 40” honorees are selected on the basis of reputation, notable achievements, settlements, and verdicts, nominations from leading lawyers, current members and Executive Committee members, membership in national and state specialty lawyer organizations, and rankings from national organizations.

The National Black Lawyers is a professional organization that celebrates legal excellence and promotes attorneys as subject-matter experts, facilitates the exchange of timely information to enable members to maintain their status as leaders, and represents a strong national network of top African American attorneys.

Taren represents employers in a broad facet of employment matters including harassment, discrimination, wage and hour claims, workers’ compensation, leave laws, disability accommodation, policy drafting and client counseling for compliance with federal, state, and local laws. She has represented companies in both state and federal court and before administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights and the New York City Commission of Human Rights, New York Department of Labor, and the New Jersey Department of Labor. Taren has also represented clients in matters in Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas and Tennessee, among other states. Taren works diligently to advocate for her clients and to provide them with zealous defense and representation. Both small businesses and Fortune 500 companies regularly call upon Taren to provide advice on compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws, as well as to conduct sensitive workplace investigations. Taren’s extensive experience has helped to quickly establish her knowledge in the area of labor and employment law.

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