Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney has been advising managers on labor and employment law issues since 1993. She started her career with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General as a Deputy Attorney General assigned to assist senior attorneys in complex litigation including employment discrimination cases and investigations by the United States Department of Justice. She then took over her own litigation case load focusing on labor and employment cases.
After seven years as a Deputy Attorney General she took an in-house position with the New Jersey Department of Corrections managing employment litigation, negotiating with the unions and advising managers on difficult employment matters. She then moved to the New Jersey State Parole Board where she was responsible for labor relations, employee relations, human resources, ethics, the reasonable accommodation committee, managing employment litigation, and coordinating the response to whistle blowers.
Now in her own practice, she focuses on labor and employment law, providing guidance and solutions for small and medium size businesses that need assistance with labor and employment concerns and representing public sector clients in civil service, ethics and Public Employment Relations Commission matters and contract negotiations.
A graduate of Wellesley College and Rutgers School of Law – Camden, Jennifer is admitted to the Bar in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Monmouth Bar Association, the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners, the Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources, the Navesink Business Group, Business Over Breakfast of Central Jersey and the 815 Group.