Lymari Martinez Cromwell


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Lymari Cromwell counsels clients in all aspects of employment and labor relations law, representing industries as diverse as healthcare, hospitality and manufacturing. From medical leaves to background checks, Lymari helps employers keep in step with the constantly changing regulations that impact the workplace, and works to ensure correct interpretation and implementation of the laws. Lymari has assisted with cases ranging from a 3,000-employee wage and hour collective action to a successful federal jury trial in a Title VII discrimination case.

Lymari’s practice is primarily transaction-based, in which she counsels companies with respect to labor and employment issues arising in the course of mergers and acquisitions.

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American Health Law Association (AHLA)

Society for Human Resource Management