Tiffany Ma

Partner
212-971-9773
[email protected]

Education

Boston University, J.D., 2006
Boston University, B.A., 2003
Stuyvesant High School, NY, 1999

Bar Admissions

New York
Massachusetts

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

Memberships

Asian American Bar Association of New York
Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law
New York Asian Professionals Meetup

Honors, Awards, and Recognition

Young Icons of ImpactThe Philippine-New York Jaycees, Inc.

Symposium Editor, Boston University International Law Journal

Languages

Mandarin Chinese

Representative Results

Increased severance by 800% – within three months of hire – on the basis of race, sexual orientation, and disability discrimination and retaliation, for Ivy League educated homosexual African-American male account executive.

Obtained high six-figure settlement – within three months of hire – on the basis of gender, race, and religious discrimination and sexual harassment and hostile work environment, for female engineer.

More than doubled severance for real estate investment executive.

Tripled severance – less than two months after hire – on the basis of age, disability, and national origin discrimination, for senior project manager.

More than tripled severance – less than two months after hire – on the basis of gender stereotyping, sex role stereotyping, and reverse age discrimination, for assistant general counsel.

Negotiated favorable terms, including obtaining significant Good Reason resignation language and other beneficial terms, for Head of Credit and Rates entering into investment bank subsidiary of one of the world’s largest banks.

Doubled severance – less than two months after hire – on the basis of race, gender, and pregnancy discrimination, for Asian-American female manager of merchandise planning.

Tripled severance – within three months of hire – on the basis of race, national origin, age, and disability discrimination and alleged assault at the workplace, for Taiwanese-American female artist, over age 50 and with visible disability.

More than quintupled severance, on the basis of race, national origin, and age discrimination and retaliation, for African-American female senior program director, over age 40.

Substantially increased severance – within two months of hire – on the basis of age, national origin, and disability discrimination, for Japanese-American business development manager.

Obtained high six figure settlement on the basis of race and age discrimination and commissions-related claims, for Chinese-American sales executive.

More than doubled severance – within two months of hire – on the basis of age, disability, and family leave discrimination, for senior director.

Obtained settlement – within two months of hire – on the basis of gender, religious, and national origin discrimination, for East Indian female vice president of operations.

Obtained settlement – within one month of a demand letter – on the basis of inequality, failure to promote and gender discrimination, for female in-house counsel.

Close to doubled severance after a single demand letter on the basis of gender discrimination, for compliance officer.

Increased severance and obtained quarter million deferred compensation after a single demand letter, for derivatives equity trader.

Close to doubled severance – within two months of hire – on the basis of age and gender discrimination, for female operations associate.

More than doubled severance, for female global marketing director.

Doubled severance on the basis of national origin discrimination, for business analyst.

Increased severance by 600%, for Russian foreign national.

Increased severance on the basis of age, national origin, religious, and disability discrimination, for European Muslim MBA, over age 40.

Close to doubled severance – within three weeks of hire – on the basis of victim of domestic violence and disability discrimination, for senior female executive assistant.

More than doubled severance after a single demand letter, for Chinese-American single mother.

Significantly increased severance (more than six times) – within two months of hire – on the basis of disability and race discrimination, for senior operations coordinator.