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Jennifer B. Hodur

Of Counsel
Los Angeles

P 213-630-8254
F 213-689-0430
HodurJ@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Jennifer Hodur is a Of Counsel in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice is focused on employment litigation on behalf of management, as well as advice and counsel on all employment issues.

Ms. Hodur has litigated cases in both state and federal courts, as well as before state administrative agencies, involving a wide variety of employment law, including harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour, breach of employment contract, fraud, and trade secret cases. Ms. Hodur also has extensive experience defending employers involved class action litigation. In addition, Ms. Hodur conducts sexual harassment training for managers to assist clients in complying with California Assembly Bill 1825.

While attending Loyola Law School, Ms. Hodur was a member of the Entertainment Law Review, where she served as Chief Production Editor.

Honors and Recognitions

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Beverly Hills Bar Association
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association

See AllBlog Posts by Jennifer B. Hodur

Not So Entertaining: Cybercrime in the Entertainment Industry
September 11, 2017

Although certain industries are known targets for cyber attacks – healthcare, financial, government – cyber attacks pose a threat to all sectors. Organizations in the entertainment industry have increasingly become targets of cybercrime. Read More

Can I Get Some Clarification on That Certification? Maybe Not … Differences Between FMLA and CFRA
August 14, 2017

Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), an employer is permitted to contact an employee’s healthcare provider, with the employee’s permission, to clarify a medical certification submitted in support of the employee’s request for a leave of absence. Read More

Asking Enough But Not Too Much: Medical Certifications for Leaves of Absence Under the FMLA and CFRA
June 26, 2017

The FMLA and CFRA both permit an employer to require an employee requesting a leave of absence to provide a medical certification, but these laws differ with respect to the information and employer can request about the reasons for an employee’s requested leave. Read More