Goldberg Segalla Employment and Labor and Workers’ Compensation Capabilities Grow in New York City Office with Addition of Partner Allison Ianni and Associate Molly Sullivan
Goldberg Segalla’s New York City office grows significantly with the addition of partner Allison E. Ianni to the Employment and Labor practice and associate Molly A. Sullivan to the Workers’ Compensation practice.
About Allison E. Ianni
Allison counsels management on all aspects of employment law, and defends employers of all sizes in employment-related litigation in state and federal courts, before administrative panels, and in other venues of alternative dispute resolution throughout New York State. Her clients include major entities in the media, higher education, insurance, hospitality, and consulting industries. In addition to advising on federal compliance issues, Allison leverages exceptionally deep knowledge of New York State- and City-specific laws and regulations, including the New York City Earned Sick Time Act, the New York City Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act, the New York Labor Law, and more, to help clients mitigate risk and avoid investigations, enforcement actions, claims, and litigation. She also has experience advising and representing management and executives in a wide range of complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts, including matters involving shareholder, patent, real estate, and bankruptcy disputes.
After graduating cum laude from New York University with a bachelor’s in Journalism and English Literature, Allison attended Hofstra University School of Law. She served as notes and comments editor for the Hofstra Law Review, gained additional experience as a legal intern with the Hofstra University Office of General Counsel, and graduated cum laude. She has been recognized on the New York Metro Super Lawyers Rising Stars list since 2015.
About Molly A. Sullivan
Molly focuses her practice on handling all aspects of workers’ compensation litigation, including representing insurance carriers in complex trials involving issues of compensability of claims, proper carrier, and potential fraud. She draws on previous experience as a hearing attorney for the New York State Special Funds Conservation Committee, where she handled workers’ compensation claims from inception to resolution, including appeals, and trained new attorneys. In addition, Molly has experience in intellectual property, digital media, employment, and other areas of law pertaining to the operation of museums and archives. With a bachelor’s from Mount Holyoke College in Studio Art and Art History and a master’s from Seton Hall University in Museum Professions, she has served as a curator, educator, and legal advisor to several museums and nonprofit organizations — most recently as director and curator of the Near East Relief Historical Society. In that role, Molly created a digital museum commemorating Near East Relief — America’s groundbreaking humanitarian response to the Armenian Genocide. She has lectured at educational and commemorative events at public and private institutions across the United States, including museums, archives, and libraries.
Molly earned her J.D. at Brooklyn Law School, winning the school’s Gold Award for Public Service and CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for Criminal Procedure and Film Lore. She served as notes and comments editor for the Journal of Law and Policy, was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, and was a semifinalist in the American Bar Association (ABA) Employment and Labor Competition. She gained experience in legal internships with the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Law School Employment Law Clinic, and the King’s County District Attorney’s Office, and in a judicial internship and post-graduate fellowship with the Hon. Devin P. Cohen in the New York City Civil Court. Molly is also a visual artist specializing in drawing and mixed media, and has shown her work in New York and New Jersey.