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Jay Marshall Wolman has served as an advocate or neutral in hundreds of contested matters, appearing before state and federal courts and agencies in Connecticut, Massachusetts and throughout the United States. His experience includes commercial disputes, consumer class actions, and personal injury, including products liability. As a civil litigator, a substantial portion of Attorney Wolman’s practice has included representation of employers and employees in workplace matters, including discrimination on the bases of race, sex, pregnancy and disability, wage and hour disputes, occupational safety and health, wrongful termination, as well as review and negotiation of severance agreements and covenants not to compete.

Attorney Wolman was appointed to serve as Social Media Vice Chair for the Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Committee, as well as the Chair of the Technology Subcommittee of the Automobile Law Committee, both of the American Bar Association Section on Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice. He previously served as Vice Chair of the Dispute Resolution Committee of the ABA Young Lawyers’ Division and the Vice Chair of the ADR Committee of the DC Bar’s Litigation Section. He is also a member of the ABA Section on Labor & Employment Law.


Languages spoken: Spanish

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Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 50%
  2. Employment: 50%



Fixed (sometimes)

Payment types:

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Attorney endorsements

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  • Kristine Ann Cummings

    I have had the opportunity to work with Jay at a previous law firm and highly recommend his services.


    Kristine Cummings Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Worked for lawyer

  • Marc John Randazza

    I attended law school with Mr. Wolman. Years later, my law partner spoke highly of his abilities. When my law partner (who did employment law) retired, I was looking for someone to help one of my oldest and most important clients. Mr. Wolman stepped in and did a hell of a great job. The client was delighted, and he wound up making me look very good to the client. I would definitely use him again, and look forward to the opportunity to do so.


    Marc Randazza Intellectual property Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info


DCActive 200107/06/2016
NYCurrently registered 200107/11/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
AV Rated--PreeminentMartindale-Hubbell2014
Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2011
Blawg 100American Bar Association2011
Certificate of Appreciation--Outstanding ADR VolunteerDistrict Court of Maryland2004
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
CounselRandazza Legal Group, PLLC2015 - Present
CounselRaymond Law Group, LLC2012 - 2015
Senior AssociateD'Angelo & Hashem, LLC2006 - 2012
AssociateADR Partners, LLC/ADR Associates, LLC2000 - 2006
Association namePosition nameDuration
Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers SectionTechnology Committee Chair2013 - Present
American Bar Association, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Law CommitteeTechnology Vice-Chair2012 - Present
American Bar Association, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, Automobile Law CommitteeTechnology Vice-Chair2012 - Present
New York State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionN/AN/A
Massachusetts Bar AssociationN/AN/A
Boston Bar AssociationN/AN/A
District of Columbia Bar, Litigation SectionVice-Chair, ADR Committee2005 - 2006
American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Dispute Resolution SectionVice Chair2005 - 2006
Association for Conflict ResolutionNewsletter Editor, DC Chapter2003 - 2005
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Reyes v. Tecna, s.r.l.$1.28 million
Vasquez v. Carlo, et al.$1.28 million
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Publication nameTitleDate
Connecticut Law TribuneCorporate Image, Social Media, And NLRB: A Dangerous Intersection2012
Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and PolicyEquity Between the Public and Private Sectors2006
The Legal SatyriconContributorN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Georgetown University Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor2000
Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor RelationsIndustrial and Labor RelationsB.S. Industrial and Labor Relations1997
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
ABA Section on Dispute Resolution ConferenceYoung Lawyers and Mediation: The Importance of Mediation Skills in the Development of a Young Lawyer’s Career2007
Maryland ADR ConferenceDealing with Intense Emotions2006
Northern Virginia Student Mediation ConferenceAn Introduction to Mediation2005
D.C. Public SchoolsWorkplace Street Law2005
D.C. Public SchoolsWorkplace Street Law2004
American University Washington College of LawWhat Law Students (and Lawyers) Should Know About ADR2004
Panel on Baseball Arbitration--D.C. BarBottom of the Ninth2002