Donna Dell'Olio is a dedicated attorney representing clients in employment discrimination cases, handling issues related to race, sex, age, and national origin discrimination. She earned her J.D. from Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver in 1976, laying the foundation for her extensive legal career. Donna's expertise extends to employment advice and litigation for both employees and employers. She provides representation in cases involving disability discrimination under the American Disabilities Act and issues arising from the Family and Medical Leave Act. Additionally, Donna handles wage and hour cases under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act. As the lead lawyer of the Cornish & Dell'Olio law firm, Donna plays a pivotal role in advocating for her clients' rights and interests. Her dedication to her work has been recognized, as she received the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton medal from the Catholic Bishop of Colorado Springs for her contributions in working with youth. Cornish & Dell'Olio law firm offers preventive advice to employers and assists in drafting various employment-related documents, including employment contracts, handbooks, confidentiality agreements, and non-compete agreements. With a commitment to honesty, pragmatism, professionalism, and staying updated with the latest legal knowledge, Donna and the team at Cornish & Dell'Olio strive to represent their clients with the utmost dedication and efficiency.
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