Attorney Christine Nentwig has recently been certified by Chief Judge Matthew W. Brann as a federal court mediator in Labor and Employment Law for the United States District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania. Christine holds a Professional Mediation Certificate from Cornell University’s ILR School and specializes in mediating complex employment cases, helping parties avoid costly and contentious litigation.
Christine serves as Chair of CGA Law Firm’s Employment Law Practice Group and has nearly 30 years of combined experience as an HR professional and an attorney. Her practice spans the full range of labor and employment matters – including counseling, litigation, negotiation, mediation, investigation, and detailed analysis of cases involving the FMLA, ADA, FLSA, Title VII, ADEA, and other federal, state, and local laws.
Christine is a frequent speaker on labor and employment topics for attorneys, business leaders, and HR professionals. Christine also conducts effective, interactive manager and employee training for both private and public employers on a regional and national basis. As a skilled investigator and member of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI), Christine is regularly called upon to conduct in-depth, impartial workplace investigations involving allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, public policy, and other workplace matters.
Christine was recognized by the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal as a Woman of Influence in June 2022 and, in March 2023, was honored with the Distinguished Service Award from the United Way of York County.