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Amy's experience spans several areas of litigation, including a variety of employment and business litigation matters. She represents and counsels employers in matters involving claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and wage and hour violations, among other issues.
She also regularly handles client inquiries regarding compliance with and developments in federal and state employment laws, and she works with company management, in-house counsel, and human resources to develop and revise employment policies and handbooks and to train on discrimination and harassment prevention. Amy’s practice includes drafting restrictive covenant agreements and separation and release agreements.
Amy is an active member of the firm’s pro bono program, where she advocates for clients in various trial and appellate proceedings. Her work encompasses representing victims of domestic violence as well as advocacy in the areas of education, employment, family, immigration, and tenancy law. Amy has also served as a Lowenstein fellow at Essex-Newark Legal Services, where she worked as a pro bono lawyer representing tenants in housing disputes.
Her prior experience includes serving as a judicial extern for the Hon. Barry T. Albin of the Supreme Court of New Jersey and working as a research assistant to Solangel Maldonado, Eleanor Bontecou Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law.