Justin DiGennaro is an associate in Weil’s Employment Litigation practice group, where he focuses on a wide range of labor and employment law issues, including discrimination claims, wage and hour disputes, ERISA, and restrictive covenants.
Mr. DiGennaro has served on Weil teams representing employers in single plaintiff and class actions in both federal and state courts. He also has experience performing diligence in the context of corporate transactions, providing counseling on employment policies, as well as drafting employment and separation agreements.
Mr. DiGennaro graduated from Cornell University in 2012, where he majored in government and earned placement on the Dean’s list. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2015, where he was a two-time James Kent Scholar, Moot Court Judge, and served as the Notes and Case Notes Editor for the Columbia Journal of European Law. Mr. DiGennaro was also awarded the Lawrence S. Greenbaum Prize for the Best Oral Presentation in the Final Arguments of the Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition. Prior to joining Weil, Mr. DiGennaro was a summer intern to the Honorable Joseph F. Bianco in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. He also worked for the Queens District Attorney’s Office during his third year of law school, prosecuting domestic violence offenders.