Meet Our Team

Education
The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law (J.D. cum laude 2009)
Lead Article Editor, Catholic University Law Review (Volume 58)
Villanova University (B.A. English 2005)

Professional Memberships
American Bar Association
Lawyer's Coordinating Committee, AFL-CIO

Federal Admissions
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
United States Court of Federal Claims

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

 

State Admissions
District of Columbia
Pennsylvania
New Jersey

Biography

Diana joined Woodley & McGillivary in the fall of 2009. Since that time, Diana has successfully represented clients in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state wage and hour litigation, including multi-plaintiff class and collective actions, brought against both private and public sector employers to recover unpaid overtime and liquidated damages. Additionally, Diana has successfully represented numerous federal sector unions in grievances brought to recover unpaid overtime and liquidated damages for bargaining unit members who were wrongly exempted from the FLSA, denied overtime pay for work performed before and after their tour of duty, or denied pay for work performed during uncompensated meal breaks. 

Additionally, Diana represents union members who are discriminated against for engaging in associational activities and/or speech on matters of public concern by challenging adverse actions under the First Amendment and/or state law. Diana also provides advice and guidance to union officials regarding a wide-range of labor-management relations matters, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, processing of grievances, administrative appeals, and unfair labor practice complaints, and analyzing the applicability of state and federal laws to bargaining unit members. 

Prior to joining the firm, Diana graduated cum laude from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, where she served as the Lead Articles Editor of the Catholic University Law Review.


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