Jennifer Casazza Carter represents businesses on the management side of employment litigation and counseling, focusing her practice on contracts, restrictive covenant, non-solicitation, and unfair completion claims throughout all stages of litigation. Jennifer defends employers in state and federal court, before administrative agencies, and has litigated claims arising under NJLAD, CEPA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NJWHL, and various wage and hour statutes. Additionally, she advises clients on disciplinary investigations and complaints. Jennifer’s prior experience encompassed an array of traditional employment matters, including workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Jennifer has represented and counseled attorneys and other professionals during all stages of litigation, including pre-suite negotiations, prepared pleadings, discovery/e-discovery, depositions, motion practice, trial, and appellate practice in addition to representing businesses in contract disputes. A graduate of William & Mary Law School and a published member of the William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law, Jennifer is also an active member of both the New Jersey State Bar Association and New Jersey Defense Association.