Michelle Dempsky, a civil litigation attorney at KM&A, specializes in employment law, with diverse practical experience in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Michelle prides herself on her clear and prompt communication with clients, and readiness to provide immediate attention to critical and time sensitive matters, understanding the long-lasting effects on her clients. She fights for her clients’ rights relentlessly when they are victims of wrongful termination or employment discrimination.
She has extensive experience in matters including Civil Service and Merit System Board disciplinary actions, disability and service pension filings, worker’s compensation benefits, and unemployment compensation appeals. Michelle has practiced in the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC), Public Employment Relation Commission (PERC), Civil Service Commission (CSC), Office of Administrative Law (OAL), and the Merit System Board (MSB). In addition to her comprehensive history in administrative forums, Michelle’s knowledge of the Worker’s Compensation framework has helped many clients obtain the critical care needed for work-related injuries, as well as much-needed wage replacement while undergoing treatment. She doggedly pursues her clients’ rights, pursuing their interests aggressively to redress their grievances and mitigate the harms they’ve suffered in violation of the law.Michelle earned her law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where she wrote for the environmental law journal. Before attending law school, she graduated cum laude with departmental honors from Lafayette College, with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geology and Environmental Science. In her previous practice, she specialized in representing union employees, including members of the local chapters of the Policemen’s Benevolence Association (PBA), fighting hard for their statutory rights and contractual benefits.
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