Tina L. Winer has represented clients in matters arising from investment and employment disputes for more than twenty years. Tina’s practice focuses primarily on representing financial services firms and their employees in arbitration and mediation, as well as regulatory investigations and litigation in federal and state court. Tina's employment-related matters include class action, arbitration and mediation of claims alleging discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, constructive discharge, defamation and compensation-related claims. Tina has also engaged in general commercial litigation involving business torts, contract disputes, products liability defense and civil rights litigation.
Tina has served as a member of the Leadership Advisory Committee for the National Women’s Law Center since 2014, and has been a contributor to the ABA Annual Broker-Dealer Survey of Securities and Commodities Litigation since 1994.
Before joining the firm, Tina served as a law clerk for the U.S. Department of Justice and an intern at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington D.C.
Court Admissions — Federal Trial Bar