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Tracey I. Levy

Garden City, Long Island, NY


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POSITION

Of Counsel

PRACTICE AREAS

Employment Law

EDUCATION

Yale Law School, LLM

Albany Law School, J.D.

Union College, B.A.

MEMBERSHIPS

Feeding Westchester

Westchester Business Council

The Association of Workplace Investigators

Westchester Human Resource Management Association (WHRMA)

ADMISSIONS

New York

Connecticut

Tracey I. Levy, the founding member of Levy Employment Law, LLC, is Of Counsel to Meyer Suozzi. Ms. Levy has been recognized by Super Lawyers for the New York Metro area since 2016. Offering clients the benefit of more than 25 years of legal and employee relations experience, Ms. Levy guides managers and in-house counsel through the full employee life-cycle, providing practical advice on workplace-related issues concerning employee performance, requests for leave or other accommodations, worker classification, and managing employee concerns. Ms. Levy is regularly called upon to serve as an outside, neutral investigator of employee complaints, particularly for matters involving senior executives, HR professionals, and other complex situations. Ms. Levy enjoys the intricacies of designing HR policies and agreements that are legally-compliant but written in clear language that is consistent with an organization’s culture. Ms. Levy also represents organizations in the initial stages of responding to administrative inquiries and complaints filed with the EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, and the federal and state departments of labor.

Ms. Levy’s clients range from small consulting firms to Fortune 500 companies, as well as individuals, from a diverse range of industries, with a particular focus serving financial services firms, not-for-profits, media companies, and skilled service businesses. Ms. Levy’s not-for-profit clients include social services organizations, religious institutions, universities, and arts organizations. Ms. Levy is strongly committed to supporting the community through volunteer services, including providing employment law advice on a pro bono basis for not-for-profit organizations through the Pro Bono Partnership, for which she was selected as one of its Volunteers of the Year for 2020, and serving as a member of the board of Feeding Westchester.

Ms. Levy holds an advanced law degree from Yale Law School’s LLM program, a J.D. from Albany Law School and a B.A. from Union College. Ms. Levy is admitted to practice in New York and Connecticut. She is a member of the Westchester Business Council and the Association of Workplace Investigators, and Chair of the Legislative Committee of the Westchester Human Resource Management Association (WHRMA), as well as a member of local, state and federal bar associations.

Ms. Levy founded the Levy Employment Law blog, is a regular contributor to the WHRMA blog, has published on LinkedIn, previously served as a columnist for Human Resources Executive Online and Management Review, and co-authored articles for NACUBO Business Officer and HR Advisor. Ms. Levy has published articles in the University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, the Journal of Law and Education, the Temple Law Review and the Albany Law Review. Ms. Levy periodically speaks to local business and trade organizations and the media on employment law developments, and can be contacted directly at [email protected]