Cynthia N. Sass
601 W Dr M.L.K. Jr Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33603
Firm: Law Offices of Cynthia N. Sass, P.A.
The Law Offices of Cynthia Sass practices solely in the area of labor and employment law, representing employees in both the private and public sector throughout the state of Florida. Founded by Cynthia N. Sass, the firm continues to thrive due to her unwavering dedication to serving clients with excellence and integrity. The firm is proud of its award winning attorneys experienced and recognized in the employment law field. Each attorney was hand selected for the firm based upon their legal expertise, knowledge in employment law, and a sincere desire to help individuals who have suffered injustice in the workplace. Our areas of practice are: Wage and Hour Disputes, Sexual Harassment, Employment Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements, Severance Negotiations, Discrimination Claims, Wrongful Termination, Whistleblower Claims, Class and Collective Actions, Mediation Services. Assisting our Attorneys in providing services to our clients is a group highly skilled support staff of paralegals, legal assistants and case clerks that round out our legal team. It is our shared commitment to achieving equal employment opportunities and justice for our clients.
Cynthia N. Sass, Esquire, is the sole shareholder of the Law Offices of Cynthia N. Sass, P.A., a five-attorney firm based in Tampa, Florida. Cynthia Sass obtained her law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1987 and graduated from Smith College. She was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1987. She is also admitted to the United States Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. District Court for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida. Since 1990, Cynthia Sass has limited her practice to labor and employment matters. Ms. Sass has been active in the litigation of employment discrimination cases in various federal and state courts, and has significant experience in all aspects of the practice of employment law.
Affiliations & Memberships:
The Florida Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section (Executive Council Member, 1998-present; Chair, Labor and Employment Law Section, 2006-2007; CLE Chair, 2003-2004; Co-Chair of the Individual Rights Committee, 1999); American Bar Association, Labor & Employment Law Section (Employee Co-Chair, Technology in the Practice and Workplace Committee , 2010-2012; Employee Co-Chair, Employment-At-Will Subcommittee, 2010-present; Participant, Leadership Development Program, 2009-present; Member, Employee Rights & Responsibilities Committee, 2010-present); Hillsborough County Bar Association, Trial Lawyers Section (Board Member, 2010-present)
Employment, Labor Law, Certified Circuit Court Mediator, Age Discrimination in Employment, Employee Rights, Employment Arbitration, Employment Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Employment Litigation, Employment Mediation, Employment Termination, Employment Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity Law, Fair Employment Practices, Fair Labor Standards, Family and Medical Leave Act, Federal Employment Law, Harassment, National Labor Relations Act, National Origin Discrimination, Prevailing Wage Litigation, Retaliatory Discharge, Sexual Harassment, Title VII Discrimination, Wage and Hour Law, Whistleblower Litigation, Wrongful Termination, Minimum Wage Law, Class Actions, Americans With Disabilities Act, Caregiver Discrimination, Child Labor Law, Civil Service, Collective Bargaining, Confidentiality Agreements, Covenants Not To Compete, Employee Discipline, Employee Drug Testing, Employee Leasing, Employee Privacy, Employment Breach of Contract, Employment Claims, Employment Class Actions, Employment Contracts, Employment Disability Discrimination, Employment at Will, Executive Employment Law, Executive Severance Contracts, Executive Transfers, Human Resources Law, Labor Arbitration, Negligent Hiring, Noncompete Litigation, Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation Agreements, Personnel Policies, Pregnancy Discrimination, Public Sector Collective Bargaining, Public Sector Employment Law, Public Sector Labor Relations, Reductions in Force, Restrictive Covenants, Unfair Labor Practices, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), WARN Act, Wage and Hour Class Actions, Workplace Violence
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