Elizabeth Casey


Elizabeth Casey
Elizabeth J. Casey is an associate in Weil’s Employment Litigation Practice Group, where she focuses on a variety of labor and employment law issues, including discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and restrictive covenants, in state and federal courts nationwide, in arbitration, and before administrative agencies. Elizabeth also has experience with respect to advising on labor and employment issues arising out of corporate transactions and negotiating purchase agreements.

Elizabeth serves on Weil teams representing a global financial institution in Title VII discrimination claims before the EEOC, a provider of cloud-based software in a wage and hour and discrimination claim, a multi-national real estate firm in an internal investigation and derivative shareholder litigation, and a master data management software company in a series of whistleblower actions brought by a former employee in federal court and in a parallel arbitration proceeding.

Elizabeth received her B.A. from Rice University and her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and served as a staff member on the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law. During law school, Elizabeth served as a summer intern to the Honorable Gregg J. Costa in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She also served as a Teaching Fellow and worked for the Queens District Attorney’s Office as an extern, prosecuting misdemeanor domestic violence cases.

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