Sheridan’s practice is focused on management-side employment and labor law. She has experience representing employers before state and federal courts and agencies with respect to employment matters. She regularly defends employers against agency charges of discrimination and lawsuits involving a broad range of employment-related claims, including wrongful termination, wage and hour, and tortious interference.
In addition to defending employers, Sheridan’s practice is devoted to identifying, evaluating and mitigating legal and compliance risks. She counsels employers on an array of legal and compliance issues with respect to the employment relationship, including hiring, termination, privacy issues, compensation issues, state and federal compliance, and state and federal leave and paid time off laws. Sheridan works diligently with employers to formulate business focused and legally compliant human resource and employment strategies as well as provides advice as to how employers may be affected by and handle the latest employment laws and regulations.
Sheridan’s legal experience also includes general business litigation and dispute resolution in state and federal courts.
Prior to joining the firm, she was a student attorney at the Tulane Domestic Violence Clinic and summer counsel at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. While in law school, Sheridan was the Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law.
- Tulane University, J.D.
- Brandeis University, B.A.
- London School of Economics and Political Science
Bar Memberships & Admissions
- Rhode Island
- Coronavirus: Guidance for Employers
February 19, 2020
- Five Ways The New Rhode Island Noncompetition Agreement Act Could Impact Your Business
August 14, 2019
- Update: Massachusetts Paid Family And Medical Leave - Deadline For Employer Contributions Extended To October 1, 2019
Partridge Snow & Hahn Client Alert, June 12, 2019
- One Epic Year Later: Have You Implemented A Mandatory Arbitration Agreement Yet?
May 17, 2019
- Update: Massachusetts Paid Family And Medical Leave - New Deadlines And Tax Implications
May 2, 2019
- Update: Massachusetts Paid Family And Medical Leave - New Notice Requirement Deadline Of May 31
Partridge Snow & Hahn Client Alert, April 18, 2019
- New Massachusetts Paid Leave of Absence Law
Partridge Snow & Hahn Client Alert, April 11, 2019
Representative Speaking Engagements
- Human Resource Law: The Ultimate Guide
February 5, 2020