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Jessica M. Marsh

Of Counsel
Minneapolis

P 612-359-1762
F 612-341-0609
Jessica.Marsh@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Jessica M. Marsh is Of Counsel in the Minneapolis, MN, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She is certified as a Labor and Employment Law Specialist through the Minnesota State Bar Association.

Ms. Marsh’s traditional labor experience includes assisting both unionized and union-free workplaces facing union organizing attempts, picketing and/or strike activity, and union election petitions. Ms. Marsh defends employers responding to unfair-labor practice charges at the NLRB Regional Offices and on exceptions to the NLRB. Ms. Marsh also represents employers in labor arbitrations and advises on contract-administration matters.

Ms. Marsh’s employment litigation experience includes defending single-plaintiff and class-action employment lawsuits in Minnesota state and federal district courts, and on appeals to the Minnesota Court of Appeals, the Minnesota Supreme Court, and the Eighth Circuit.

Ms. Marsh also responds to charges of discrimination before various city, state, and federal administrative agencies. 

Honors and Recognitions

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Professional Associations and Activities

  • Minnesota Mother Attorneys Association
  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Labor & Employment Law Section
  • Minnesota Women Lawyers

Speeches and Presentations

  • “Yours, Mine, Ours, or No One’s?: Joint Employers and Independent Contractors,” The 43rd Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute, Minnesota Continuing Legal Education (Minneapolis, MN, November 2016) (panelist)
  • “Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Hostile Work Environment Under Federal State Law,” Minnesota State Bar Association (Minneapolis, MN, May 2015) (presenter)

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September 20, 2019

Minneapolis Enacts ‘Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance’ on Heels of Minnesota’s Wage Theft Legislation

September 20, 2019

On January 1, 2020, the newly passed Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance will go into effect in the City of Minneapolis. The Ordinance largely incorporates the State of Minnesota’s wage theft legislation (Minnesota Wage Theft Laws). (For details of the Minnesota wage theft legislation, see our article, Minnesota Adds New Wage Payment and... Read More

June 17, 2019

Minnesota Adds New Wage Payment and Recordkeeping Requirements; Criminalizes ‘Wage Theft’

June 17, 2019

Minnesota has enacted detailed new recordkeeping requirements for employers, effective July 1, 2019, and wage theft protections for employees, effective August 1, 2019. Recordkeeping As of July 1, 2019, Minnesota employers must comply with new notice and recordkeeping requirements. First, employers must provide more detailed... Read More

July 9, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh Nominated to U.S. Supreme Court

July 9, 2018

In the wake of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, President Donald Trump was presented with the rare opportunity to make his second U.S. Supreme Court nomination in as many years, nominating the Honorable Brett M. Kavanaugh to succeed Justice Kennedy. If confirmed by the Senate, Judge Kavanaugh would bring more than a dozen years of... Read More

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How to Comply With Minnesota’s New Employee Notice and Recordkeeping Laws

July 11, 2019 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CST

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Pay Equity Challenges Continue: EEOC Sues Nursing Home for Paying Female Nurse Less
September 27, 2019

Pay equity challenges continue to make the news in the healthcare setting, primarily in the context of physician pay equity gaps. Read More

Pay Equity Challenges Continue: EEOC Sues Nursing Home for Paying Female Nurse Less
September 26, 2019

Pay equity challenges continue to make the news in the healthcare setting, primarily in the context of physician pay equity gaps. Read More

Labor Board: Employee Conduct in Response to Employer’s Unlawful Actions Not Grounds for Discharge
July 11, 2019

An employer violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it discharged an employee who refused to participate in a performance evaluation scheduled for discriminatory reasons, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ruled, reversing the decision of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Read More