Dacey Romberg is an Associate at Sanford Heisler Sharp.
At Sanford Heisler Sharp, Dacey is working with a team of attorneys who are representing thousands of X Corp. (formerly Twitter) employees in a class action lawsuit alleging that the company reneged on paying promised severance benefits to laid-off employees.
Dacey received her law degree from the University of Tennessee and her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During law school, she worked as a Research Assistant for her Employment Law professor, served on the Pro Bono Executive Board, was awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise, and was recognized by the Tennessee Supreme Court for providing a significant number of pro bono hours.
A member of the DC and Tennessee bars, Dacey has authored articles that appear in the Knoxville Bar Association magazine, DICTA. Dacey is also a Vice Chair of the Sierra Club DC Chapter’s Clean Energy Committee.
Before joining Sanford Heisler Sharp, Dacey represented clients who had been wrongfully denied disability, health, and life insurance benefits and counseled organizations on employment laws and other compliance obligations.
When Dacey is not lawyering, she enjoys playing tennis, doing yoga, reading, crocheting, and learning Spanish.
- J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law, summa cum laude
- B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, summa cum laude
- District of Columbia
- Can We Shorten That? Statutes of Limitation and Employment Agreements, DICTA, Management Counsel column (Knoxville Bar Association), September 2021
- Tips for Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act While Teleworking, DICTA, Management Counsel column (Knoxville Bar Association), August 2021
- Tennessee’s Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, DICTA, Legal Update column (Knoxville Bar Association), August 2021
- Not My Unionized Circus, Not My Monkeys: What We Can Learn from the NLRB’s Complaint Against Google, DICTA, Management Counsel column (Knoxville Bar Association), April 2021
- The Ripple Effects of Bostock v. Clayton County, Legal Update column DICTA, (Knoxville Bar Association), March 2021
- Domestic Violence Clinic