Vincent White completed his undergraduate studies at Le Moyne College and Nagasaki Gaidai University, Japan. He went on to receive his Juris Doctorate, under Dean’s Scholarship, from The Hofstra University School of Law with a concentration in Corporate and Securities Law.
Vincent was admitted to the practice of law in New York State in 2009, and soon after was admitted to practice in both the Southern, Eastern and Northern Federal District Courts of New York. Following admission to the bar, Vincent worked at Leeds, Morelli and Brown P.C., a litigation-centric employment law practice where Vincent’s efforts lead to over $5,000,000.00 in verdicts and several hundred thousand dollars in settlements during his time with the firm.
Vincent then transitioned to a role as Manners and Associates’ lead litigator and managing associate, helping to develop the firm beyond its corporate expertise to a full-service law firm capable of handling clients’ diverse employment litigation needs. Vincent has practiced before the Federal Courts including the Bankruptcy Courts, both Civil and Criminal State Courts, the New York State Court of Claims and the State’s Administrative Courts. In addition, Vincent has garnered settlements for his clients at mediations before the Equal Employment and Opportunities Commission and the New York State Division of Human Rights.
As one of the founding members of White, Ricotta & Marks, Vincent’s efforts drove that firm to become the largest dedicated plaintiff-side employment firm in Queens, New York.
Today, Vincent acts as the sole principal of his law office, serving all of New York’s labor and employment needs, with offices in Manhattan and Long Island.