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Mimi C. Satter, Esq.Mimi C. Satter, Esq.

Mimi C. Satter, Esq., a founding member of the firm, has practiced Union-side labor and plaintiff’s employment law since 1977.

Ms. Satter started the current practice in 1984. Previously she worked in Washington D.C. in the Office of the General Counsel, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (1977-80); and at Blitman & King (1980-84).

Sarah E. Ruhlen, Esq.Sarah E. Ruhlen, Esq.

Sarah Ruhlen is admitted to practice law in New York (2012) and Pennsylvania (2011).  She is a member of the New York State Bar association, the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, the National Employment Lawyers’ Association, and the New York State Women’s Bar Association, Central New York chapter.

Sue T. McNeil, Esq. 

Susan McNeil joined the firm in November, 2017 and will focus primarily on labor and employment law issues. She is admitted to practice in New York (1994), Rhode Island (1996) and Massachusetts (1997), and is member of the New York State Bar Association, the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee, the Onondaga County Bar Association, and the New York State Women’s Bar Association, Central New York Chapter.

Diane M. Williamson, Esq.

Diane M. Williamson has lived in Syracuse since 2008. She earned a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law in 2019 and a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 2009. In addition to labor and employment law, she has practiced landlord-tenant law. In law school she participated in the Securities Arbitration and Consumer Law Clinic and volunteered at Hiscock Legal Aid Society

Other Professionals

Mary Jo BeamishMary Jo Beamish

Mary Jo Beamish is a 1985 graduate of Central City Business Institute, where she earned an Associate’s Degree as a legal secretary. She has been with the Firm since 1989, where she oversees the day to day functions.

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