Tamanna represents employers in a diverse range of matters, including litigating discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour cases, defending clients in administrative proceedings before government agencies, negotiating and drafting settlement agreements, conducting internal investigations and facilitating trainings, developing employee handbooks and polices, and advising and counseling employers on personnel issues and best practices. Tamanna also represents employers in labor law matters, including grievance hearings, arbitrations, and collective bargaining.
Prior to joining KM&M, Tamanna was an Agency Attorney for the Law Enforcement Bureau of the New York City Commission on Human Rights, where she investigated and prosecuted cases of employment discrimination under the New York City Human Rights Law. At the Commission, Tamanna also negotiated a complex array of conciliation agreements, issued agency determinations, and evaluated whether workplace policies and trainings were compliant with the law.
Tamanna received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where she was an Associate Managing Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law and Co-Chaired the Civil Legal Advice and Resource Office Project, a pro bono law program. Tamanna earned her B.A. in political science and philosophy, summa cum laude, from Fordham University at Lincoln Center.
- J.D., Brooklyn Law School
- B.A., Fordham University
- New York