Nina Alexandra Ovrutsky is an associate of White, Hilferty & Albanese. Nina received her education at Pace University and Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra University School of Law – an institution now known as Maurice A. Deane School of Law.
During her time at law school, Nina focused her studies on both transactional law and litigation. As part of several extra-curricular activities, Nina was a student ambassador and article editor with the school’s reputed Journal of International Business and Law, and a member of the Hofstra Trial Advocacy Association. Nina also spent time as a research assistant for a professor in law school and helped perform research necessary for publication of a legal textbook. Nina maintained a variety of internships during her time as a student. During her first summer internship, Nina focused on employment law with Levine & Blit PLLC. Nina also spent time interning for the Law Offices of Mahir S. Nisar and the Nassau County Attorney’s office litigation bureau. Nina has proficient legal skills and she is fluent in both English and Russian.
Since being admitted to the New York State Bar, Nina has dedicated her time practicing employment law. Nina represents employees and employers in the investigation and litigation of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims and in the negotiation of severance agreements. Nina has represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants, and is familiar with alternative dispute resolutions methods such as negotiation, mediation and arbitration. Nina has represented clients in the state and federal courts in New York, and before various agencies, including the NYC Commission on Human Rights and New York State Division of Human Rights, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Nina is admitted to practice law throughout the State of New York in both the State and Federal courts.