Julie A. Uebler is the principal attorney of Uebler Law LLC. Julie is a “double Hoya” having received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Georgetown University, and her law degree from The Georgetown University Law Center. Julie has worked in the employment law field since she earned her law degree in 1993.
Julie spent the first part of her legal career representing employers: first, in the Philadelphia office of Morgan Lewis; and then as in-house counsel for a global pharmaceutical company where she had responsibility for all corporate and U.S. employment, employee benefits, and executive compensation matters.
Julie made the switch to representing individuals when she opened a solo practice in 2003, and has been focused on making a difference in the work lives of individuals ever since. Julie is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, and regularly handles matters in the federal courts in the Eastern and Middle District of Pennsylvania, as well as the state courts in Philadelphia, and the surrounding five county area.
Julie has successfully litigated cases involving employment discrimination, discriminatory harassment, breach of contract, retaliation, and wrongful discharge in violation of public policy. She has also assisted numerous clients in resolving workplace disputes and claims prior to litigation, through negotiated severance and settlement agreements. In addition, Julie regularly advises executives and professionals with respect to employment matters, such as drafting and negotiating employment, executive compensation, and/or severance agreements.
Today, in addition to her advocacy on behalf of individuals in employment matters, Julie also works as a mediator of employment-related disputes, and conducts independent investigations of workplace misconduct issues, including sexual harassment complaints.
Julie has been named a “Top Lawyer” by Main Line Today Magazine. Julie, her husband, and two daughters, live in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Rated Lawyer||Martindale-Hubbell||2013|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2012|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2010|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Philadelphia Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|National Employment Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|Your Work Matters Newsletter||Contractor Status? Make Sure It's Right For You.||2015|
|Your Work Matters Newsletter||Intuition or Discrimination? Confronting Our Unconscious Biases at Work||2015|
|Your Work Matters Newsletter||A New Year’s Checklist for Every Employee||2014|
|The Legal Intelligencer||Lean In: One Year Later||2014|
|Your Work Matters Newsletter||The Harassment Victim’s Dilemma||2012|
|Your Work Matters Newsletter||9 Things Employers Can Do (or Stop Doing) to Decrease the Risk of Employment Litigation||2012|
|Georgetown University Law Center||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1993|
|21st Annual Employment Law Institute||"The Art of the Deal – Negotiating the Executive Employment Agreement."||2015|
|Wonder Women’s Week||Employment Rights 101||2014|
|20th Annual Employment Law Institute||Anatomy of a Termination: Legal and Practical Tips for Employers and Employees.||2014|
|20th Annual Employment Law Institute||What are you Leaving on the Table? Maximizing Mediation and Negotiation Outcomes.||2014|
|PA Employment Law Institute||Getting the Most Out of Employment Mediation – Simple Tools to Become a More Effective Mediation Advocate||2013|
|Women & Influence Conference||Employment Rights 101: What Every Employee Needs to Know||2011|