Scarinci Hollenbeck on Wednesday announced that its Lyndhurst office expanded its New Jersey Labor & Employment Practice with the addition of Arianna Mouré.
An experienced commercial litigator, Mouré has extensive experience counseling New Jersey & New York employers, both public and private, on various labor & employment issues. She also serves as commissioner for the New Jersey Commission for Puerto Rico, a position to which she was appointed by Gov. Phil Murphy.
“Arianna is an excellent addition to our team, bringing knowledge and experience that will benefit both the firm and our clients,” remarked Ramon Rivera, partner and chair of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Labor & Employment Practice Group.
Prior to joining the firm, Mouré was affiliated with Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi P.C., where she counseled clients on various workplace issues related to the hiring, discipline and termination of employees, family and medical leave, wage and hour laws, anti-discrimination and anti-retaliation laws, and more. Outside of her legal practice, Mouré has native fluency in Spanish and serves as the press secretary & parliamentarian for the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.
“I am thrilled to join Scarinci Hollenbeck,” Mouré said. “I feel privileged to join a team with such skilled and diverse attorneys, and I look forward to growing with the firm.”