Veronica S. Jung
B.A. Harvard College, 1997, magma cum laude
J.D. Boston University School of Law, 2001, with special concentration in litigation and dispute resolution
New York State; District of Columbia; U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court
Veronica S. Jung focuses exclusively on representing seasoned entrepreneurs and high-level professionals/executives. She regularly advises clients in diverse industries in New York City, ranging from finance and media, to health care and fashion. Ms. Jung's niche practice has developed a loyal following among clients who seek sophisticated legal counsel through unexpected crises involving the breakdown of work relationships and partnerships. In particular, she effectively obtains robust compensation and negotiated exits for executive- and senior-level clients, and represents those who have been wrongfully terminated, harassed, and/or retaliated against in the workplace.
As a trial attorney with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., Ms. Jung co-managed trial teams & investigations for high-profile matters in Federal District Courts in various jurisdictions throughout the U.S. and U.S. territories. She has counseled & litigated on behalf of corporate and individual clients at large and boutique litigation firms representing Fortune 500 corporations, entrepreneurs, startups, and corporate officers facing complex litigation and/or investigations in connection with labor & employment claims, partnership disputes, government contracts, and intellectual property disputes. Most recently, at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc., she served as the non-profit civil rights law firm's lead counsel in numerous impact litigation and class action matters involving New York state agencies and public officials.
Ms. Jung regularly mentors and conducts leadership development training for high school, college, and law school students from under-served communities. She has extensive experience in providing pro bono legal advocacy and representation to many low-income, often limited English proficient (LEP) residents of New York. In the months following the September 11, 2001 attacks in downtown Manhattan, Ms. Jung volunteered with the American Red Cross as a Spanish and Korean interpreter for those survivors and victims' families seeking emergency relief services.
Professional Affiliations & Activities
Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs (Co-Chair, New York Chapter)
American Bar Association (Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee; Section of Labor & Employment Law)
National Employment Lawyers Association
New York City Bar Association (Labor & Employment Law Committee)
New York County Lawyers' Association (Labor Relations & Employment Law Committee)
Asian American Bar Association of New York
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association