Jay Marshall Wolman
11 High Farms Road, West Hartford, Connecticut 06107; (860) 206-1671 (h); (617) 435-9658 (m); firstname.lastname@example.org
Raymond Law Group, LLC, Glastonbury, CT, Sr. Associate, 2012-2013; Counsel, 2014-2015
Practiced civil litigation, with emphasis on employment law and technology sector. Responsible for majority of firm’s active litigation practice, in state and Federal courts and before administrative agencies and ADR neutrals. Draft and edit pleadings, discovery, motions and briefs. Take depositions, argue motions, and examine witnesses in contested proceedings. Counsel clients through cases, from intake to resolution. Negotiate and settle disputes, pre-suit and up through trial. Active in firm’s online and in-person marketing, including appearance on television news.
New England Super Lawyer: Rising Star—2013, 2014 & 2015; Martindale-Hubbell, AV® Rated
CIPP/US ® Certified by the Int’l Assoc. of Privacy Professionals
D’Angelo & Hashem, LLC, Boston, MA, Senior Associate, 2006-2012
Primarily practice civil litigation and employment law. Litigate nearly all of firm’s civil litigation practice, including class actions and complex litigation, in state and Federal courts. Handle all aspects of litigation, including jury trial and appellate practice. Represent clients before state and Federal administrative agencies. Appear on behalf of clients in disciplinary proceedings, arbitrations, and mediations. Counsel clients on wide range of civil concerns. Negotiate settlements of cases, employment contracts and severance agreements. Craft and implement public relations strategies on high profile cases. Mentor junior associates on litigation practice.
New England Super Lawyer: Rising Star—2011.
ADR Partners, LLC, f/k/a ADR Associates, LLC, Washington, DC, Associate, 2000-2006
Investigated and supervised disposition of over 70,000 petitions in major class-action settlement. Drafted and edited arbitration decisions. Managed dispute resolution mechanisms for third parties, as Project Manager for the D.C. Office of Police Complaints and Program Director for the American Health Lawyers’ Association ADR Service.
Nat’l Labor Relations Board, Off. of Rep. Appeals, Washington, DC, Student Assistant (Legal), Summer 1999
Performed extensive research on labor representation matters. Met with and presented cases to Board members for decision. Drafted case analyses and prepared final orders for Board members for decision.
U.S. Dep’t of Commerce, Off. of Gen. Counsel, Emp. & Labor Law Div., Washington, DC, Paralegal Specialist, Summer 1998
Performed extensive research in Federal labor and employment law. Drafted motions and discovery for cases before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Merit Systems Protection Board, Federal Labor Relations Authority & Foreign Service Grievance Board.
Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, Juris Doctor, May 2000
Clinical Experience: Institute for Public Representation—litigate disability rights and aviation cases in Federal courts.
Research Assistantship: Prof. Joseph A. Page—workers’ compensation and occupational safety & health law.
Law Journal: Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy—Managing Editor (1999-2000).
Honors: Dean’s List
Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Ithaca, NY, Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations, May 1997
Credit Internship: U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities, Fall 1996
Honors: Dean’s Scholar, Dean’s List
State of Connecticut
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of New York
· District of Columbia
· U.S. District Courts for the Districts of Columbia, Massachusetts, and Connecticut
U.S. Courts of Appeals for the First & Second Circuits
U.S. Supreme Court
· Cornell University Class of 1997—Secretary & Treasurer, 2007 to 2012
· Cornell Club of Greater Hartford
· International Association of Privacy Professionals, CIPP/US Certified, 2014-Present.
· Amer. Bar Assoc., Sec. on Tort, Trial and Ins. Prac., Workers’ Comp. & Employers’ Liability Cmte.—Vice Chair 2011-present, Automobile L. Cmte.—SubCmte. Chair 2012-2014; Sec. on Lab. & Emp. Law; Young Lawyers’ Div., Disp. Res. Cmte.—Vice Chair 2005-2006
· Connecticut Bar Association, Litigation Section—Comm’n Cmte Co-Chair, 2014-Present; Young Lawyers’ Sec.—Technology Chair 2013-2014
D.C. Bar, Litigation Section, ADR Committee—Vice Chair 2005-2006
EEO/FAD Consultant to JDG Associates, Inc., 2004-2012
Arbitration Consultant to Joshua Javits/Dispute Resolution Services, 2003-2006
Arbitrator with Better Business Bureaus, 2002-2006
Mediator with Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office, 2001-2006
Mediator with Community Dispute Resolution Center, 2001-2006
Mediator & Conciliator with DC Office of Human Rights, 2002-2006
Mediator with SquareTrade, Inc., 2003-2006
Panel Mediator & Facilitator with District Court of Maryland, 2004-2006; Recipient of Certificate of Appreciation, April 2005; July 2005; April 2006
Mediator with D.C. Bar Attorney Client Arbitration Board, 2005-2006
· Newsletter Editor, D.C. Chapter, Association for Conflict Resolution, 2002-2006
Editorial Board of the Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution, 2004-2006
J. Wolman, Recent Developments in FELA Cases, Newsletter of the ABA Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. Sec., Comm. on Workers’ Compensation and Employer Liability (forthcoming 2015).
J. Wolman, Corporate Image, Social Media& NLRB: A Dangerous Intersection, CT Law Trib. (Oct. 19, 2012).
J. Wolman & S. Hashem, Will Health Care Reform Hasten the Demise of No-Fault Insurance?14 Tortsource 1 (Spring 2012).
J. Wolman & S. Hashem, Filling the Bill: Collateral Sources as Evidence of Medical Expenses, Newsletter of the ABA Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. Sec., Comm. on Automobile L. (Winter 2011).
J. Wolman & S. Hashem, Why Can’t We Be Friends? On the Pitfalls of Social Media, Newsletter of the ABA Tort Trial & Ins. Prac. Sec., Comm. on Automobile L. (Summer 2011).
J. Wolman, Equity Between the Public & Private Sectors, 12 Geo. J. on Pov. Law & Pol’y 243 (Summer 2005).
J. Wolman, Editor’s Corner & misc. news articles, DC ACR Newsletter (recurring 2002-2006).
LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS:
Presenter, What EVERY Business Needs to Know about Data Breach & Cyber Liability, Glastonbury Chamber of Commece, Nov. 2014
Presenter, Emerging Issues and Recent Updates in Employment Law, CT Society of CPAs, 2014
Presenter, Your Rights in the Workplace, Operation A.B.L.E., Inc., 2008 to 2012
Presenter, Workplace Rights & Wrongs, ValleyWorks Career Center, 2009
Instructor of Alternative Dispute Resolution & Client Counseling Team Coach, Georgetown Univ. Law Ctr., 2002-2006
Instructor, Interview Workshop, Jubilee Jobs, Inc., 2003-2006
Panelist, Young Lawyers and Mediation: The Importance of Mediation Skills in the Development of a Young Lawyer’s Career, ABA Section on Dispute Resolution Conference, Apr. 27, 2007
Presenter, Dealing with Intense Emotions, Maryland ADR Conference, January 10, 2006
Facilitator, Table Sharing: Pathways to Peace, Fairfax Public Schools, Nov. 22, 2005
Facilitator, An Introduction to Mediation: Northern VA Student Mediation Conference, Fairfax Pub. Schools, March 2005
Panelist, What Law Students (and Lawyers) Should Know About ADR, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, October 2004
Instructor, Workplace Street Law, D.C. Public Schools, Spring 2004 & 2005
Program Chair, Bottom of the Ninth (panel on Baseball Arbitration), D.C. Bar, Nov. 2002
Contestant, Jeopardy!: Game #4617 (ABC television broadcast), Oct. 5, 2004