- Labor & Employment
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
|University ||DeSales University, B.A., cum laude, 2008|
|Law School||Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2011|
|Admitted||Connecticut; District of Connecticut|
Connecticut Bar Association
Greater New Haven Chamber of
Commerce Young Professionals
Jen Pedevillano is an associate in the Firm's Labor & Employment Practice Group. She represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law, including employer counseling, training, and the litigation of employment disputes.
Jen joined Halloran & Sage as a Summer Associate in 2010. In law school, she served as the Executive Business Editor of the Quinnipiac Health Law Journal. She was also named the Best Overall Advocate during the 2009 Quinnipiac Intramural Mock Trial Competition.
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Jen spends he free time with her husband, family, friends and two English Bulldogs, Rufio and Verona. She enjoys cooking and entertaining her friends and family.
|Reported Cases||Representative Matter: Successful Defense of Health District in an Appeal By Homeowners; Duncan Forsyth and Jennifer Pedevillano successfully defended a Local Health District in an appeal by the homeowners. The Local Health District reviewed the homeowners' application to perform certain improvements to a residential property and concluded the homeowners' proposed improvements did not meet the requirements of the Public Health Code. The homeowners appealed to the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health. Attorney Pedevillano represented the Local Health District at a hearing in front of a Public Health Hearing Officer. The Hearing Officer agreed with the Local Health District's denial of the application and found the requirements of the Public Health Code could not be met. The Hearing Officer dismissed the homeowners' appeal.; Summary Judgment Obtained in Favor of Bus Company; Nicole Tung and Jennifer Pedevillano successfully obtained summary judgment in favor of a bus company involved in a motor vehicle accident. The plaintiff asserted claims of negligence, recklessness, and vicarious liability against the driver of the school bus and the bus company after the plaintiff's motorcycle struck the back of a school bus. The plaintiff's theory of liability was disproved through depositions establishing the bus driver never changed lanes and was in control of his vehicle at all times. After oral argument, the Court granted summary judgment and found there was insufficient evidence from which a factfinder could infer the driver was negligent or reckless in the manner claimed by the plaintiff and therefore the bus company could not be vicariously liable. The defendants' motion for summary judgment was granted in its entirety.|
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