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About Diane

Diane Gold is an employment attorney who has focused on the prevention, investigation and resolution of workplace issues for over two decades.  In conducting investigations and mediations and facilitating legal compliance, she has worked with all types of large and small employers, including

private companies, non-profit organizations and government entities. Before turning her attention to the investigation and resolution of workplace issues, she spent several years litigating discrimination and harassment cases in Washington D.C. 

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The depth and breadth of her experience covers all types of harassment and discrimination as well as retaliation, fraud, abuse, and other types of workplace misconduct.  Ms. Gold excels at giving employers the information and support they need to resolve and learn from the most sensitive, difficult and complex workplace issues.  With her extensive background in employment law and command of the investigative process, she quickly establishes credibility and rapport with her clients as well as with the individuals she interviews. She also has the highly finessed ability to gather very detailed information about the issue in such a way that allows all parties/witnesses to feel heard and taken seriously.  

Diane has been quoted in Association Management, Executive Update and Working Woman magazines on sex discrimination, sexual harassment and work/life balance issues.  She obtained her JD from American University, and a BA degree from Lehigh University.  She is a member of: the bars of the District of Columbia and Virginia; the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM); and the DC chapter of SHRM. Diane received training in workplace mediation from the Northern Virginia Mediation Service in 2001 and has successfully mediated cases for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as well as private organizations. Additional conflict resolution experience includes her service as an Arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

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