Megan Frese Porio is a NY and NJ employment attorney with extensive experience in all areas of employment law. Megan litigates claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, and breach of contract brought before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. Megan also negotiates, drafts, and counsels clients on employment and separation agreements. In addition, Megan counsels clients on restrictive covenants, family leave laws, wage and hour matters, employee policies and practices, employee training, and other employment-related matters. Megan is an experience appellate attorney and also litigates complex commercial class actions and qui tam matters.
Megan has been selected by her peers to the Thompson Reuter Super Lawyers – Rising Star list for seven consecutive years. Prior to joining Castronovo & McKinney, Megan practiced law at Gibbons, P.C. in Newark, New Jersey. Megan also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Edwin H. Stern, Presiding Judge for Administration of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.
Megan received her law degree cum laude from Fordham University School of Law. She received her B.A. cum laude from Georgetown University, where she was co-captain of the Division One women’s soccer team. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York and before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Megan’s articles have been featured in several prominent legal publications: “The New Sexual Harassment Trilogy of Cases,” New Jersey Law Journal, March 16, 2015, “Roa v. LAFE and the Statute of Limitation in LAD Cases,” Association of Corporate Counsel Newsletter, May 11, 2010, “What is Good Faith? Disabled Employees and the Interactive Process,” New Jersey Law Journal, September 21, 2009, “Enforcing Uniform Conduct Standards Under ADA (Reprinted by permission of SHRM-Atlanta. All rights reserved.),” The Human Resource, Summer 2009, “Accommodating Disabled Employees: A Guide to the Good Faith Interactive Process,” The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, November 2007, and “Rolling the Dice: Are Online Gambling Advertisers ‘Aiding and Abetting’ Criminal Activity or Exercising First Amendment-Protected Commercial Speech?,” Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 547, 2005.
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