Kate Eisenmann concentrates her practice on employment litigation and counseling. She regularly represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including discrimination, harassment, wage and hour issues, and leaves of absence. She also counsels clients on a broad range of state and federal employment and labor laws, with a focus on the development of effective employment policies and litigation avoidance.
Kate counsels clients and has successfully litigated matters involving restrictive covenants. She directs and participates in internal investigations on discrimination, harassment, policy violations, ethics issues and other employment issues, and also provides training to employers and their employees on these and other topics. In addition, Katheryn has experience in labor negotiations, mediations and arbitrations.
Kate has represented clients before federal and state courts, including the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division, and federal and state agencies in connection with a broad range of employment matters including discrimination and harassment claims based on gender, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, national origin and disability, as well as retaliation and whistleblower allegations, breach of contract, trade secret and restrictive covenant matters.
Kate served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Evan H.C. Crook for the Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division. She drafted opinions on motions, conducted legal research and prepared advisory memorandums on complex legal issues. She also served as a Court Appointed Mediator, and mediated small claims and landlord/tenant matters.