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Steven Siegler

Partner

Steve has 24 years of experience as a trial attorney focusing on employment and business law, including cases of employment discrimination, breach of contract, wage and hour claims and partnership disputes. Steve has represented hundreds of clients over the course of his career, from hourly employees to Chief Executive Officers and business owners. This breadth of experience gives him a unique understanding of employment and business litigation and the strategies needed to get his clients the best possible results.
Steve is a strong believer in preventing legal issues from arising in the first place. For his New York and New Jersey clients with employment law needs, hdesigns customized and cost-effective compliance strategies. This includes hand-tailored handbook preparation, employee training programs, workplace investigations and responses to agency audits. If litigation becomes necessary, Steve has the trial experience and understanding to mount a vigorous defense. For entrepreneurs, start-ups and business partners, Steve prepares tight agreements, such as operating agreements, partnership agreements and employment agreements, with a view to maximizing business gains and minimizing future disputesSteve also protects and asserts the rights of business owners who have suffered a breach of contract or been defamed.

Steve is a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was Supervising Editor of the Cardozo Law Review and won the graduating class award for Best Civil Advocacy Writing. After law school, Steve clerked for a New Jersey Superior Court Judge before moving into private practice. Steve worked and trained with some of New York’s and New Jersey’s finest employment and business dispute lawyers. He was Managing Partner of his own employment law boutique in Princeton, NJ for ten years. Steve is proud and happy to be part of KI Legal’s growing employment and business law litigation practice.

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