Sarah Fucci’s practice spans a variety of legal issues, including contract law, employment litigation, internal investigations, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulation, and cybersecurity issues. Sarah counsels clients on various employment issues and traditional labor matters. During law school, Sarah was a student attorney in the Cyberharassment Clinic at New York Law School, where she conducted client interviews, offered counsel on various legal options, and drafted legislation. She also served as the executive notes and comments editor of the New York Law School Law Review, and she is published there.
In addition, Sarah served as an intern at the New York Division of Housing and Community Renewal in the Office of Legal Affairs. While there, she assisted in preparation of oral arguments and took lead on arguments on behalf of the Division, researched and drafted affirmations, memoranda of law, answers, and submissions regarding relevant case law, regulations, and statutes for pending New York State Supreme Court and Appellate Division, 1st Department proceedings. She also researched and drafted memoranda regarding application of Private Housing Finance Law, Rent Stabilization Law, and Rent Stabilization Code, and attended board of directors’ meetings for nonprofit organizations.