Co-Leader, ESG Practice Group, Mintz
Jennifer B. Rubin
Jen draws on over 30 years of experience crafting legal solutions to employment challenges. Her clients include large and small businesses and executives. She advises technology, financial services, publishing, retail, professional services, and health care companies seeking regulatory, litigation, and compliance advice. Her employment practice includes counseling clients regarding wage and hour compliance and trial practice, with a focus on class actions, trade secrets and employment mobility disputes, and disputes arising from the employment relationship. While Jen is a zealous advocate in the courtroom, she relishes finding solutions for her clients as they navigate the manner in which the employment relationship impacts their business and personal lives.
Jen serves on the firm’s Policy Committee and co-leads the firm’s ESG Practice Group, which leverages her experience advising corporate boards on social and governance issues. She is recognized by Chambers USA, and has an AV Preeminent ranking from Martindale-Hubbell.
Jen is a faculty member and advisor to The Honor Foundation, a non-profit organization that assists Navy Seals and other armed services special operators transition from military service to the private sector. She was until recently the Co-Chair of San Diego’s Workplace Equity & Civility Initiative, an initiative launched as a proactive and productive community response to the #MeToo movement that is facilitated by The Lawyers Club of San Diego. She is Co-Chair of the San Diego 50/50 Women on Boards Leadership Committee.
Jen frequently writes about workplace challenges facing employers and employees. The National Law Review named Jen its “National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader” for 2020 for her article, “Vaccinate or Terminate – Mandatory Vaccination as Workplace Policy” which had over 250,000 pageviews since its publication in July 2020. In 2021, Law360 named her as a member of the Law360 Employment Editorial Board.