Stacey C.S. Cerrone is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department, where she focuses her practice on ERISA litigation and labor and employment law.
Stacey represents plan sponsors, plans, directed trustees, and fiduciaries in all phases of litigation and mediation involving all aspects of ERISA, including: class actions and individual claims relating to ERISA's fiduciary duty and prohibited transaction provisions; denials of claims for benefits; church plans, severance plans; ERISA Section 510; retiree benefits; ERISA preemption of state law claims; and plan investment losses.
Stacey’s work also includes wage and hour law, handling numerous wage and hour class and collective actions. She also does employment law work including employment discrimination, sex harassment, gender discrimination, race discrimination, national origin discrimination and ADA claims. She also handles traditional labor law matters, including collective bargaining and defending unfair labor practice charges. Stacey is the author of numerous speeches and articles. She is co-editor of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation blog and co-chair of and contributor to the “ERISA Preemption and Effect on Other Laws” chapter of the ABA Labor & Employment Section's Employee Benefits Law book and the author of the “When is Preliminary Relief Available” chapter in BNA’s ERISA Litigation book.