Kegan S. Andeskie focuses his practice on management defense in employment and labor law litigation. Mr. Andeskie has experience defending employers in employment discrimination actions, including those brought under New Jersey’s LAD, CEPA, and FLA, as well as federal claims under the FMLA, ADA, and Title VII. Additionally, Mr. Andeskie has experience defending labor causes of action under the FLSA and New Jersey Wage and Hour Law. Kegan also counsels management on employment issues, drafting such documents as handbooks, polices, and separation agreements.
SuperLawyers® New Jersey “Rising Stars”, Employment and Labor, (2019)
|Methfessel & Werbel, Edison, NJ||2014 - 2017|
|Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari, Law Clerk, Chatham, NJ||2012 - 2013|
|Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas C. Miller, P.J.Cv.||2013 - 2014|
|Seton Hall University School of Law
J. D., Magna Cum Laude
Order of the Coif
B.A. English Studies
B.A. German Studies
|State of New Jersey||2013|
|United States District Court, District of New Jersey||2014|
Author, March 13, 2020, “New Jersey Supreme Court affirms protections for employees using medical marijuana”, The L&E Blog, www.nfclegal.com/blog
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