Stacy Landau has significant litigation experience working with clients both in the public and private sectors. She represents employers in a broad range of employment law matters, in addition to providing counseling on a variety of topics, always with an eye towards reducing risk and efficient resolution. Stacy has experience defending single plaintiff and class action matters arising under state and federal law, involving claims including: discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, whistleblower complaints, breach of contract, enforcement of restrictive covenants and claims involving theft of confidential information and trade secrets. Stacy handles matters in federal and state courts, before administrative agencies, and in arbitration proceedings. She also has devised and managed forensic protocols and processes for remediation of client proprietary information from departed employee devices and accounts. Stacy brings a unique perspective to the delivery of legal services having had a first career in corporate marketing.
Stacy served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Thomas J. LaConte P.J. Ch. and is a graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law with honors. As a member of several professional affiliations, Stacy is also passionate about philanthropic efforts, providing pro bono legal services and supporting charities which provide services and support to families battling cancer.