Legal representation for businesses and individuals
The Miami employment attorney at the Law Offices of Ena T. Diaz, P.A. offers personal and professional legal services to its clients in Florida. Ena T. Diaz provides an unwavering commitment to her clients' objectives. Ms. Diaz thoroughly and clearly explains the legal process and her clients' rights, in English or in Spanish as required.
Due to her command of both legal and cultural issues, Ms. Diaz has been appointed to numerous leadership positions on community boards and government committees. Click here to learn more about our Miami employment law firm.
Employment litigation and civil mediation
Attorney Ena T. Diaz has over a decade of experience litigating disputes between businesses and workers. Find out more about her work as a labor & employment attorney representing both employers and employees.
Ms. Diaz is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Civil Mediator. She provides alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and mediation services to other attorneys in the areas of employment law, business disputes, and family law.
Legal services in Miami and throughout Florida
Ena T. Diaz also handles employment law cases in other parts of Florida including—
West Palm Beach
Ms. Diaz travels regularly to these and other parts of Florida to work directly with her clients in need of help with employment law issues. Her legal service is prompt and cost-effective.
Contact an approachable employment lawyer
Whether you are a Florida business owner or an employee, you are entitled to an initial consultation with an experienced Florida employment attorney about your legal issue. Ena T. Diaz gives you an objective, up-front assessment of the facts of your case. Contact the Law Offices of Ena T. Diaz, P.A.
Employment Law Attorney in Miami | Ena T. Diaz
Miami employment law attorney Ena T. Diaz has a Hispanic heritage which is central to her communication with Florida business clients. She grew up in an environment that taught her to appreciate cultural differences and perspectives. This understanding allows her to see multiple points of view when representing businesses and workers.
Her solid employer-side background is an asset when Ms. Diaz represents individual employees as a Miami employment lawyer. This experience allows her to quickly assess the strengths and weaknesses of potential cases. Whether you are an employer, employee, or an attorney seeking a certified civil mediator, you can expect an honest assessment of your legal position when you speak to her firm.
A balanced view of employment law in Florida
Ena T. Diaz offers a practical, straightforward approach to resolving employment and business law disputes without extensive litigation, when possible. Florida business owners or employees are encouraged to contact the Law Offices of Ena T. Diaz, P.A. for an initial consultation.
Bar and Court Admissions
State of Florida, 1996
U.S. District Court, Southern and Northern Districts of Florida, 1997
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2007
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, 1998
Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D., 1996
Arthur I. and Jeannette M. Ginsburg Merit Scholarship
Duke University, B.A., Political Science and Spanish Literature, 1993
Alumni Association, South Florida Chapter, Director, 2001
The Florida Bar, Labor & Employment Law Section
American Bar Association
Section of Litigation
Labor and Employment Law Section
Woman Advocate Committee
Dade County Bar Association, Business Outreach Committee
Hispanic National Bar Association
Cuban American Bar Association (CABA)
Vice President, 2003
Editor of CABA Briefs, 2000–2001
Florida Association for Women Lawyers (FAWL)
Director, 2001 and 2004–2008
Newsletter Editor, 2006–2007
State Chapter—co-chair, Gender Bias study
Florida Supreme Court, Certified Civil Court Mediator.
Florida Supreme Court, Certified Family Law Mediator.
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Other Professional Memberships
American Inns of Court, Spellman-Hoeveler Chapter
Florida Supreme Court, Standing Committee on Fairness & Diversity
Appointed by Chief Justice Pariente
Appointed to a second term by Chief Justice Lewis
Florida Humanities Council, Director, 2003–2007
Appointed by Gov. Jeb Bush
Miami-Dade County Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board, Director, 2003–2006
Andres Oppenheimer Presenta television program, panelist, discussion of Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
Miami Daily Business Review, Labor & Employment Roundtable, speaker
Lorman Educational Services, speaker
Employee Discharge and Documentation
FMLA's Notification and Recordkeeping Requirements
Council on Educational Management, speaker, FMLA and Serious Health Condition
ADP, Wage and Hour seminar
ADP, "How to Hire and Fire in a Rollercoaster Economy"
The Florida Bar, Basic Labor and Employment Law seminar
"Social Media: A Growing Concern for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace," Attorney at Law Magazine, May 2012
"Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009: Congress Speaks Out on Pay Discrimination Claims," ABA, Woman Advocate Committee Newsletter, Fall 2009
"Wage Watchers," Hispanic Trends
Williams v. Worldwide Flight Svcs., Inc., 877 So. 2d 869 (Fla. 3d DCA 2004)
Mantilla v. U.S. Carriers, 62 Fed. Appx. 920 (11th Cir. 2003)
Queens, New York