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Christine Hintze


Christine Hintze is one of the dedicated New York City employment discrimination lawyers at Phillips & Associates. As a member of the firm, Ms. Hintze passionately advocates for the rights of workers where they have been adversely treated because of their protected characteristics.

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Ms. Hintze has experience representing workers against their employers when disputes include, but are not limited to, sexual harassment, discrimination on the basis of gender, race, age, pregnancy, disability, LGBQT+ status, and/or religion, as well as whistleblower retaliation, and wage and hour violations. Her clients range from minimum wage workers to high level executives, who work in a number of different industries, including financial services, retail and fashion, health care and life sciences, restaurants and hospitality, manufacturing, and professional services.

In many cases, Ms. Hintze has successfully assisted clients settle matters before they evolve into litigation. If litigation is unavoidable, Ms. Hintze has represented individuals in federal and state court.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Hintze was an Associate at ArentFox Schiff and Grunfeld, Desiderio, Lebowitz, Silverman & Klestadt, where she assisted clients with matters relating to forced labor, customs, and international trade law. She regularly worked on cases before the Court of International Trade, and assisted with complex investigations, including False Claims Act issues.

Ms. Hintze attended Brooklyn Law School, where she served as a member of the Journal of Law and Policy and was honored with the Dennis J. Block Center for International Business Law Fellowship. During law school, Ms. Hintze interned before the Honorable Cathy Waldor in the District of New Jersey Federal Court, where she gained valuable insight into motion and trial practice.

Before law school, Ms. Hintze was a Paralegal at the Arcé Law Group, PLLC, where she assisted attorneys with employment discrimination cases through all stages of litigation. Ms. Hintze earned her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College.

Employment Discrimination Lawsuits

Ms. Hintze may be able to represent you in connection with your employment discrimination matter. You should not be treated badly on the job because of personal traits or certain difficult, unfortunate life circumstances like being a victim of domestic violence or needing to rebuild your life after a criminal conviction. Ms. Hintze is committed to representing clients with many different characteristics protected under federal, state, and local laws.

In many cases, state laws like the New York State Human Rights Law provide robust protections for workers who have been mistreated by their employers. The New York City Human Rights Law is also known across the country for its strong protection of workers’ rights to jobsites free of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment.

When you come to see Ms. Hintze or one of our other associates, you can rely on a commitment to protecting your rights under these laws and the experience to help you towards a favorable outcome for your lawsuit.

Consult a Trustworthy New York City Employment Lawyer

Ms. Hintze or any of our New York City employment lawyers at Phillips & Associates may be able to represent you if you were discriminated against. We pursue compensation for employees in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, Suffolk County, and Nassau County, among other places. Complete our online form or contact us at (212) 248-7431 if you believe you may have a claim. We represent clients on a contingency fee basis and provide free consultations.