Nicole Croddick

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Nicole Croddick


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Nicole Sorokolit Croddick is Counsel at Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone, P.A., where she focuses her practice on employment and labor matters. She consults companies on human resources issues and has conducted internal investigations on ethical and legal violations. With this breadth of experience, she has gained a deep understanding of the problems that exist in the modern workplace. Additionally, she has drafted employee handbooks, severance agreements, has updated hiring and employee discipline forms and procedures, and facilitated trainings on a variety of labor and employment law and compliance topics, including Continuing Legal Education. Nicole has also taken her experience and used it appropriately as a subject matter expert in numerous ethical/legal training videos for LRN Corporation, a leader in ethics and compliance training to major organizations worldwide.

Prior to joining the firm, she was a clerk for the Hon. Lawrence Lawson, a New Jersey Superior Court Assignment Judge. Thereafter, she worked as a juvenile prosecutor in New York City under the Giuliani administration, focusing on narcotics and gang intelligence matters.

Nicole is admitted to practice in New Jersey and in New York. She is a board member of RCDS’s Diversity and Inclusion Board. She received her J.D. from Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and her B.A. from Boston College. She conducts all work in both English and Spanish.


  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • April 22, 2017 - DEMLP Employment Law Counsel Nicole S. Croddick will be among the speakers at Marino Legal Academy’s “Bridge the Gap CLE Compliance Day” program taking place at John Jay College, 524 West 59th St., in New York City on Saturday, April 22, 2017.  Nicole will be giving a morning presentation on “Sexual Discrimination in the Workplace.”  New York and New Jersey CLE credits will be offered; for full details on the day’s courses and registration, click here.
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