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Ms. Suzy A. Reingold

Chief Operating Officer

New York Tri-State Region for Cushman & Wakefield

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New York Tri-State Region for Cushman & Wakefield

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Leasing

CB Richard Ellis Inc

Director of Leasing

CBRE, Inc (formerly Insignia/ESG)

Chief Operating Officer, NY TriState

Cushman & Wakefield Inc

Executive Vice President, Director of Leasing and Public Relations

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Affiliations

Board Member
The Andrew Glover Youth Program Inc

Visiting Committee
University of Miami School of Arts and Sciences

Member
New York State Bar Association

Education

University of Miami School of Arts and Sciences

J.D.

New York University School of Law

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Corporate Executives and Attorneys Cases

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The complaint was filed on behalf of the company’s New York Tri-State Chief Operating Officer Suzy A. Reingold, 66, who despite her 15 years of real estate management experience was passed over for promotion to New York Tri-State President.


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Suzy A. Reingold, Chief Operating Officer, New York Tri-State Region, Cushman & Wakefield

Suzy A. Reingold is Chief Operating Officer of the New York Tri-State Region for Cushman & Wakefield where she is responsible for the management of more than 350 C&W brokerage professionals based in the firm's nine tri-state offices, as well as for training, recruitment and business development.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield 2005, she was Senior Managing Director, New York Tri-State Region and U.S. Brokerage, with CB Richard Ellis. Ms. Reingold began her real estate career at The Mendik Company, now part of Vornado, where she was Executive Vice President and Director of Leasing. She later was Managing Director of Strategic Agency and Client Services, Eastern Region, for C&W. As Executive Vice President and Manager of the New York regional office of The Shorenstein Company, she also served as Director of Marketing and Leasing.
For many years Ms. Reingold served as Executive Vice President, Director of Leasing and Public Relations for The Related Companies, where she oversaw the leasing of such major properties as 625 Madison Avenue, The Centre at Purchase and 1700 East Putnam in Greenwich.
Prior to her entry into the business side of the real estate industry, Ms. Reingold was a partner in the real estate practice group at the New York law firm of Schulte Roth & Zabel where she specialized in office leasing and was the first female partner of the firm.
Ms. Reingold has been instrumental in developing programs that provide professional and mentoring opportunities for women. As executive sponsor of Artemis, Cushman & Wakefield's New York women's business development group, Ms. Reingold directs efforts for women across service lines to learn, volunteer and network both inside the firm and beyond. Additionally, through a partnership with The Young Women's Leadership Schools, Artemis provides opportunities for students and alumni to develop skills in leadership, team-building and working independently through real world examples and interactions with role models at C&W offices.
She graduated from University of Miami School of Arts and Sciences, currently sitting on its Visiting Committee, and received her J.D. from New York University School of Law.
In 2008, Ms. Reingold was a recipient of an award from The United Way of New York City, Women United in Philanthropy, honoring exceptional women leaders for their significant contributions to the community through philanthropic giving, advocacy and volunteerism.


SUZY REINGOLD V. CUSHMAN & ...

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SUZY REINGOLD V. CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD

The complaint was filed on behalf of the company’s New York Tri-State Chief Operating Officer Suzy A. Reingold, 66, who despite her 15 years of real estate management experience was passed over for promotion to New York Tri-State President.
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The complaint was filed on behalf of the company's New York Tri-State Chief Operating Officer Suzy A. Reingold, 66, who despite her 15 years of real estate management experience was passed over for promotion to New York Tri-State President.

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The complaint alleges that the "otherwise inexplicable choice" of Lo Russo over Ms. Reingold was motivated by unlawful discrimination based on age and gender, and cites company management's public comments in support of those allegations.
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Senior Litigation Counsel Deborah Marcuse, another member of Ms. Reingold's legal team, explained that C&W's failure to promote Ms. Reingold was flagged by insiders as a prominent example of gender discrimination in the real estate world.
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Ms. Reingold was recruited by C&W to be Executive Managing Director of its New York City offices in 2005. In this role she managed 180 brokers and more than 190 non-brokers in the company's Midtown and Downtown offices, received the highest possible performance ratings from management, and was viewed by her supervisors and colleagues as the natural successor to the firm's then-New York Area Leader, Joseph Harbert. Despite her heavy workload and stellar performance, Ms. Reingold earned dramatically less than her male counterparts. For example, between 2007 and 2010, Ms. Reingold earned at least $100,000 less than New Jersey Market Leader Gil Medina, even though Medina and Stamford/Westchester Market Leader James Fagan together supervised fewer than half the number staff supervised by Ms. Reingold.
When Harbert left C&W in 2012, company management insisted on undertaking an outside search for his replacement in the position now known as President of the New York Tri- State Region, even though Ms. Reingold not only met all the qualifications for the position but had effectively absorbed many of its duties and responsibilities after Harbert's departure.
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Consistent with C&W's longstanding policy of promoting from within, C&W's CEO of the Americas Jim Underhill repeatedly assured Ms. Reingold that "the job is yours."
Ms. Reingold sues for violations of the New York State Human Rights Law, the New York State Equal Pay Act, the Administrative Code of New York City and the New York Labor Law pertaining to equal pay for equal work, retaliation in the workplace, pay discrimination, and promotion discrimination. Ms. Reingold also claims C&W breached her contract of employment.
Ms. Reingold seeks back pay, unpaid wages, liquidated damages, compensatory damages and punitive damages of $20,000,000, as well as attorneys' fees, costs and expenses, prejudgment and post-judgment interest, and a jury trial.


Suzy Reingold V. Cushman & Wakefield

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Suzy Reingold V. Cushman & Wakefield

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The complaint was filed on behalf of the company’s New York Tri-State Chief Operating Officer Suzy A. Reingold, 66, who despite her 15 years of real estate management experience was passed over for promotion to New York Tri-State President.
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The complaint alleges that the “otherwise inexplicable choice� of Lo Russo over Ms. Reingold was motivated by unlawful discrimination based on age and gender, and cites company management’s public comments in support of those allegations. “It’s not often that a company goes public with its discriminatory motives,� noted Sanford Heisler Chairman David Sanford, lead counsel for plaintiff. “In this case, however, no less than C&W’s CEO of the Americas, Jim Underhill, publicly boasted that the company had hired this ‘young guy’ from outside, Ron Lo Russo, to run a big part of their business, calling it ‘a perfect example of the transformation that is occurring’ at the company.�
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Senior Litigation Counsel Deborah Marcuse, another member of Ms. Reingold’s legal team, explained that C&W’s failure to promote Ms. Reingold was flagged by insiders as a prominent example of gender discrimination in the real estate world. “The decision to pass over Ms. Reingoldâ€"whose 15 years of management experience included 7 years at C&Wâ€"for a 38-year-old male who didn’t even meet the qualifications of the posted job description was notable enough in the industry that Crain’s New York Business called it out as ‘a move sure to feed perceptions of the industry as a male bastion.’â€�
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Ms. Reingold was recruited by C&W to be Executive Managing Director of its New York City offices in 2005. In this role she managed 180 brokers and more than 190 non-brokers in the company’s Midtown and Downtown offices, received the highest possible performance ratings from management, and was viewed by her supervisors and colleagues as the natural successor to the firm’s then-New York Area Leader, Joseph Harbert. Despite her heavy workload and stellar performance, Ms. Reingold earned dramatically less than her male counterparts. For example, between 2007 and 2010, Ms. Reingold earned at least $100,000 less than New Jersey Market Leader Gil Medina, even though Medina and Stamford/Westchester Market Leader James Fagan together supervised fewer than half the number staff supervised by Ms. Reingold. For example, between 2007 and 2010, Ms. Reingold earned at least $100,000 less than New Jersey Market Leader Gil Medina, even though Medina and Stamford/Westchester Market Leader James Fagan together supervised fewer than half the number staff supervised by Ms. Reingold.
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When Harbert left C&W in 2012, company management insisted on undertaking an outside search for his replacement in the position now known as President of the New York Tri-State Region, even though Ms. Reingold not only met all the qualifications for the position but had effectively absorbed many of its duties and responsibilities after Harbert’s departure.
...
Consistent with C&W’s longstanding policy of promoting from within, C&W’s CEO of the Americas Jim Underhill repeatedly assured Ms. Reingold that “the job is yours.�
Ms. Reingold sues for violations of the New York State Human Rights Law, the New York State Equal Pay Act, the Administrative Code of New York City and the New York Labor Law pertaining to equal pay for equal work, retaliation in the workplace, pay discrimination, and promotion discrimination. Ms. Reingold also claims C&W breached her contract of employment.
Ms. Reingold seeks back pay, unpaid wages, liquidated damages, compensatory damages and punitive damages of $20,000,000, as well as attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses, prejudgment and post-judgment interest, and a jury trial.

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