Laura has extensive knowledge of federal, state and local employment laws and counsels employers on a host of personnel and human resource issues. 


Laura Corvo represents employers in employment litigation and counsels clients on a variety of employment-related issues. She has extensive knowledge of federal, state and local employment laws and regularly counsels employers on a host of personnel and human resource issues including, employee hiring, discipline and termination matters, reductions in force, wage and hour compliance, family and medical leave compliance, and managing accommodations for disabled employees.

Laura frequently conducts harassment and discrimination investigations and provides training to executives, managers and employees on a range of topics including anti-harassment, anti-discrimination and diversity. She also drafts and reviews employment contracts, employee handbooks and other personnel policies.

Laura represents employers in litigation involving claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in federal and state courts and before various administrative agencies. She is also experienced in the litigation of business tort matters involving non-compete and other restrictive covenant agreements.


Bar and Court Admissions

New Jersey

New York

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York


Seton Hall University School of Law, JD, 1997

American University, BA, cum laude

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The Employment Law Counselor Podcast
  • The Impact of AI – Can You Keep Up?

    In the newest episode of The Employment Law Counselor, in collaboration with the Professional Liability Underwriting Society, Laura Corvo, Counsel, joins host Jeff Stewart for a discussion of AI in the workplace and the potential liabilities employers face. Jeff and Laura cover AI in the hiring process, recent laws trying to address it and how employers are utilizing the tool. They also talk about the importance of employers having a policy to provide guidance for AI usage in the workplace.

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