AMY F. SHULMAN is a partner at Outten & Golden LLP, and a member of the firm’s Individual Practice Area, the Executive and Professionals Practice Group, and the Medical Employment Practice Group. A tireless advocate for her clients, she negotiates executive employment, compensation, change-in-control, secondment, and other employment-related contracts, counsels employees involved in workplace disputes, and litigates employment law claims. Amy assists professionals in transactions and disputes in a wide-range of industries, including financial services, media, healthcare, and bio-technology, among others. In the healthcare industry, for instance, she frequently represents physicians in the evolution of their careers from employment contract, to practice and hospital transitions, and to bio-tech consulting. Prior to joining the firm in 2018, Ms. Shulman was a Partner at a boutique labor and employment law firm, where she represented individual employees in the full range of employment disputes, disability rights organizations in public accommodation cases, and labor unions in contractual and disciplinary grievances and arbitrations. Before entering private practice, Ms. Shulman served as a Clerk for the Honorable Aida Delgado-Colon (then-United States Magistrate Judge, now United States District Judge) in the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. Ms. Shulman received her B.A. from Cornell University and her J.D., cum laude, from the Washington College of Law of American University, where she was a Note and Comment Editor on the Journal of International Law and Policy.
Ms. Shulman is a Council Member (Union & Employee) of the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor & Employment Law (“LEL”) and a Co-Chair of the Contracts and Executive Compensation Subcommittee of LEL’s Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee (“ERR”). Her former leadership positions include member of the Law360 2021 Employment Editorial Advisory Board, Co-Chair and Co-Chair Emeritus of LEL’s Annual Section Conference, Co-Chair of ERR, Co-Chair of LEL’s Webinars Committee, Coordinator for Whistleblower Programs and for Litigation Programs for LEL’s Annual Section Conferences, Secretary of NELA/NY, Advisory Board Member of the NYU Center for Labor and Employment Law, and President of the New York Chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association. She is a member of NELA, NELA/NY, and the American Health Law Association.
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