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Goddard Law is a New York law firm concentrating its practice on employment law with a focus on discrimination in the workplace. Principal, Megan Goddard fights relentlessly for her clients’ rights, and handles each case with determination and empathy. Megan’s background in business litigation and precise approach to employment law litigation has led to successful outcomes for her clients, even against large corporations and stubborn employers.

Megan represents clients from a wide range of professions who have been the victim of all types of discrimination and harassment including race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and national origin. Megan’s clients most value her fearlessness and compassion when it comes to advocating for an individual employee against large employers with formidable legal teams. She provides large firm experience with personal attention to each of her clients.

Megan has handled several cases reported on both nationally and internationally, by major media outlets including the New York Post, New York Daily News, and The Daily Mail. Megan does not seek media attention for her clients’ cases, but has taken on cases that have caught the eye of the media because they highlight issues of discrimination in the workplace which are often at the forefront of today’s news.

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Megan Goddard

Managing Attorney

Megan Goddard is an employment discrimination lawyer devoted to protecting equality in the workplace. She represents victims of all types of discrimination, including race, gender, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation and national origin, as well as victims of sexual harassment...



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Andréa Pomeranz

Associate Attorney

Andréa Pomeranz is passionate about empowering clients who face discrimination, retaliation, and/or harassment in the workplace. While in law school, Andréa interned with P. David Lopez, former general counsel at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission...



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Goddard Law Weekly

TOPIC OF THE WEEK

Paycheck Unfairness

Women earn 77% of what men earn, this is up from 61 cents per dollar of a man's salary 50 years ago. But it's still not nearly enough for any woman earning only a fraction of what men earn for the exact same job.

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BLOG OF THE WEEK

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

"Take risks; if you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise. "

–Unknown

LIST OF THE WEEK

from Athena Doctrine Survey

Men Just Aren't Cutting It: Worldwide Dissatisfaction With Male Behavior

  • Japanese and South Koreans, 79%
  • French, 76%
  • Brazilians, 70%
  • More than two-thirds in Indonesia, Mexico, UK and US