Jay Marshall Wolman has served as an advocate or neutral in hundreds of contested matters, appearing before state and federal courts and agencies in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and throughout the United States.
As a civil litigator, a substantial portion of Attorney Wolman’s practice has included representation of employers and employees in workplace matters, including discrimination, wage and hour disputes, wrongful termination, as well as review and negotiation of severance agreements and covenants not to compete.
He has also represented both private clients and insureds in a variety of other civil matters, including copyright infringement actions, Lanham Act claims, defamation/First Amendment claims, partnership disputes, products liability, premises liability, and professional malpractice.
Jay Wolman is an active member of the legal community. He is co-chair of the Communications Committee of the Litigation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, and he was previously Technology Chair of the CBA Young Lawyers’ Section. He also has served as committee Vice Chairs in the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section and Young Lawyers’ Division.