Haley Jung is a workers’ compensation litigator who frequently appears before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board in defense of her clients, which include insurance companies and self-insured employers.
She analyzes and prepares case litigation plans, evaluates potential settlements, and makes measured recommendations in order to efficiently resolve client matters. Haley’s experience also includes defending municipalities in a wide range of cases and matters, including racial and sexual discrimination, personal injury, landlord-tenant disputes, and contract litigation.
During law school at Seton Hall University School of Law, where she earned her J.D. in 2011, Haley held a legal internship with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Office of the General Counsel, Region II.
In addition to conducing legal research and drafting legal memoranda, she worked, maintained — and resolved — cases filed involving Medicare Secondary Payer Act Claims. She also acted as a liaison between the office’s attorneys/Medicare beneficiaries and Center for Medicare Service in lien negotiations.
She was also a member of Seton Hall’s Dispute Resolution Society’s Competition Team. In fall 2010, Haley was the St. John’s Law School & FINRA Dispute Resolution Triathlon’s National Champion. In spring 2009, she was a Regional Semi-Finalist of the Georgetown Law School ABA Arbitration Competition.