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  1. Employment: 97%
    21 years, 250 cases
  2. Employee Benefits: 3%
    12 years, 20 cases

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Saul Ewing LLP

650 College Rd. East
Suite 4000
Princeton, NJ, 08540

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
PAActive199604/02/2016
NJActive199506/25/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
NJ Top 50 Women in BusinessNew Jersey business and Industry Association2012
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerSaul Ewing LLP2014 - Present
Adjunct ProfessorHoly Family University2000 - Present
Partner & Director of the Human Resource Practices GroupGenova Burns2010 - 2014
Labor and Employment AssociateGenova Burns2007 - 2010
Labor & Employment AssociateGallagher, Schoenfeld, Surkin, Chupein & DeMis2001 - 2007
Labor & Employment AssociateMontgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP1999 - 2001
Labor & Employment AssociateObermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel1997 - 1999
Labor & Employment AssociateGallagher, Schoenfeld, Surkin, Chupein & DeMis1995 - 1997
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
Institute of Real Estate ManagementN/A2012 - Present
New Jersey Apartment AssociationN/A2010 - Present
National Association Of Women Business OwnersN/A2009 - Present
E-Women NetworkN/A2009 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Kao v. AetnaSummary Judgment Granted for Defendant Aetna
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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
GB Law 3/25/2010 E-NewsletterSocial Media: Legal Risks and Practical Remedies2010
HR SpecialistADA Amendments Act Means Changes for Employers2008
HR SpecialistPending No Match Rules Put Employers in Difficult Positions2007
Philadelphia EnterpriserHarassment Liability - How Employers Can Protect Themselves1997
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Widener University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
New Jersey State League of MunicipalitiesFamily Medical Leave Act and New Jersey Family Leave Act2010
IREM Tri-State ConferenceSocial Media Policy or What Wasn't in the Marketing Plan2010
Lorman Education ServicesADA and the Impact of the 2008 Amendments in New Jersey2009
Gloucester County Bar AssociationEmployment Law: A Primer2009
Trenton Small Business WeekMaking Sense of the FMLA and the New Jersey Paid Family Leave Act2008
National Business InstituteEmployment Laws Made Simple2007
Burlington County Bar AssociationWorkplace Investigations2007