Ms. Gulfo has more than six years of experience providing litigation support in New York civil and criminal litigation matters. Ms. Gulfo joined Rapaport Law Firm as a paralegal in 2018. Ms. Gulfo’s Spanish-language fluency enables our firm to serve as counsel for immigrant workers in large class actions involving wage and overtime claims.
Areas of Practice
- The New York State Human Rights Law: Your Rights
- Right To Sue Letters From The EEOC
- Custody Modification Petitions
- Curbing Rent Fraud In New York City: Legal Proceedings By Residential Tenant Against Landlords Who Frequently Deregulate Apartments And Illegally Inflate Rents
- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Order
- Legal Separation
- Equitable Distribution
September 4, 2019Landlord’s Demand for Excessive Late Fees Compels Dismissal of Landlord’s Summary Non-Payment Proceeding, According to Queens County Civil Court
September 4, 2019New York Lawsuit Alleging Constructive Discharge Based On Unwanted Sexual Comments And Touching Allowed To Proceed
August 12, 2019Are You Suffering Sexual Harassment at Work?
July 2, 2019New York Appellate Court Holds that Employer’s Failure to Sign Severance Agreement Does not Render it Unenforceable
April 7, 2019When Does a Financial Contribution from a Spouse’s Parents Constitute a Loan versus a Gift? The “Gift v. Loan Conundrum” in New York Equitable Distribution Law
February 21, 2019Successfully Asserting a Claim for Fraud in a New York Lawsuit Involving a Commercial Contract