has represented Fortune 500 companies, smaller companies and non-profit organizations in administrative and court proceedings. Her current practice ranges from advice and counseling on matters such as employee handbooks, personnel policies, downsizing, family/medical leave, medical examinations, drug testing, discipline and discharge, and non-compete/non-solicitation issues to litigation, and alternative dispute resolution of claims. Jennifer's labor law practice includes advising companies regarding grievances and representing companies in labor arbitrations and extensive experience in defending tort-related matters. Jennifer has spoken on topics such as the multigenerational workforce and the gig economy.
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