Lindsey Andreozzi Bio

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Lindsey Andreozzi, ESQ.


Lindsey Andreozzi, Esq. has focused her practice on representing management in employment litigation involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, wage and hour and breach of contract disputes arising under federal, New Jersey and New York law. In addition to representing employers all phases of employment litigation, Lindsey also has experience counseling domestic and international employers on employment-related issues, developments and practices including anti-discrimination laws, independent contractors, employee investigations, employee performance, discipline and termination issues, employment separation agreements, leave laws and other workplace policies.

Before entering private practice, Lindsey served a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Lisa M. Adubato, Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court’s Essex Vicinage. She received her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law and her undergraduate degree from Syracuse University.

Super Lawyers® “Rising Stars”, Employment & Labor 2022

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Professional Experience
DLA Piper LLP, Short Hills, NJ - Associate 2018-2020
Morgan & Morgan P.A. New York, NY - Summer Associate 2015
Professional Activities
Sydney Reitman Employment Law American Inn of Court 2021
Judicial Clerkships
The Honorable Lisa M. Adubato, Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Family Part 2017-2018


Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D. 2017
Syracuse University, B.A. cum laude, Psychology 2012

State of New Jersey
United States District Court – District of New Jersey
State of New York
Author, "Following Congress Passing Bipartisan Arbitration Limitation: NJ Appellate Division Rules that NJLAD Prohibition is Preempted by the FAA" L&E Blog, appellate-division-rules-that-njlad-prohibition-on-arbitration-is-preempted-by-the-faa/ February 25, 2022
Author, “NJ Appellate Division Issues Latest Pro-Arbitration Ruling Requiring Former Re/Max Agent to Arbitrate Sexual Harassment Claims Brought under LAD”, L&E Blog, February 24, 2021

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