Anne joined Werman Salas in 2023 as an Associate Attorney. She is a member of the California and Massachusetts state bars.
Prior to joining Werman Salas, Anne worked at the forefront of independent contractor misclassification cases involving “gig economy” workers in California and Massachusetts. Anne has taken on numerous “gig economy” companies, including Uber, Lyft, Grubhub, Caviar, and Shipt, and her efforts have resulted in millions of dollars in the pockets of misclassified workers. In addition to bringing claims against these “gig economy” companies in state and federal courts, Anne successfully pioneered techniques that allowed her to represent thousands of clients in individual arbitrations simultaneously. Anne has also litigated numerous wage and hour and discrimination cases on behalf of employees nationwide, including agricultural workers, tipped employees, and technical professionals.
Anne received her J.D. from Boston College Law School. During law school, Anne focused her studies on civil rights and graduated as a Public Interest Designation Fellow. She served as a student-attorney in the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project, where she represented court-involved youth in the Greater Boston Area. Anne was also an active member of the Boston College Law School chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.