Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney focuses on helping and advising businesses with a full range of issues and matters related to labor and employment practices. From contract negotiation, to human resource compliance basics, to dealing with difficult employee situations, Jennifer can walk a business through the process in order to limit liability, provide peace of mind, and let business owners spend less time on employee issues.

Our most common services fall into the areas of agreements, human resources compliance, and litigation:


  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Non-competes
  • Non-solicits
  • Confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements
  • Severance agreements

Human Resources Compliance

  • Employee classification
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Employee Handbooks and Supervisory Manuals
  • Reasonable Accommodation Process
  • Employee leaves
  • Difficult employees or situations


Federal Court

  • Discrimination cases
  • Harassment cases
  • Wage and hour cases

State Court

  • Enforcement of non-competes
  • New Jersey Law Against Discrimination
  • Whistleblower
  • Retaliation
  • Wage and hour
  • Contract enforcement

Department of Labor

  • Wage and Hour
  • Unemployment Audits

EEOC/NJ Division on Civil Rights claims

Public Sector

Public Sector

As a former Director of Employee Relations, Human Resources Manager, and Ethics Liaison Officer with the State of New Jersey, Jennifer is familiar with all aspects of public employment from open competitive examinations to termination appeals and the collective bargaining process.

Law Office of Jennifer Meyer- Mahoney

She now represents public employees, their unions, and municipalities in the following matters:

  • Testing appeals to the Civil Service Commission
  • Disciplinary Appeals
  • Disciplinary Arbitration
  • Ethics Investigations and Hearings
  • Findings of No Probable Cause by the Civil Service Commission
  • Division on Civil Rights proceedings
  • Unfair Labor Practices
  • Grievance Arbitration
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Layoff Appeals (both Title Rights and Good Faith)

She also handles any appellate work stemming from a final agency decision by Civil Service Commission, Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) or the State Ethics Commission.

She assists municipalities with human resources compliance, creating or realigning civil service titles, designing and drafting civil service layoff plans, processing involuntary disability retirement applications, advises on difficult employment issues, provides independent hearing officers and investigators for particularly high profile incidents, and mediates workplace disputes to resolve them before formal action must be taken.