J.D., Georgetown University
Law Center, 2000
B.S., Cornell University, New York
State School of Industrial
and Labor Relations, 1997

Bar Licenses
State of Connecticut
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of New York
District of Columbia
Supreme Court of the United States
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
First Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
Second Circuit
U.S. District Court for the
District of Connecticut
U.S. District Court for the
District of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court for the
District of Columbia
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

Jay Marshall Wolman has served as an advocate or neutral in hundreds of contested matters, appearing before state and federal courts and agencies in Connecticut, Massachusetts and throughout the United States. As a civil litigator, a substantial portion of Attorney Wolman’s practice has included representation of employers and employees in workplace matters, including discrimination on the bases of race, sex, pregnancy and disability, wage and hour disputes, occupational safety and health, wrongful termination, as well as review and negotiation of severance agreements and covenants not to compete. He has also represented both private clients and insureds in a variety of other civil matters, including partnership disputes, products liability, premises liability, and professional malpractice.

Attorney Wolman is rated AV-Preeminent(r) by Martindale-Hubbell. He also was selected as a Massachusetts Superlawyer Rising Star in 2011 and a Connecticut Superlawyer Rising Star in 2013, 2014, & 2015, all in the areas of Business Litigation and Employment & Labor.

Jay Wolman resides in Connecticut with his wife and son, and is an active member of the legal community. He is co-chair of the Communications Committee of the Litigation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, and he was previously Technology Chair of the CBA Young Lawyers’ Section. He also serves as Vice Chair to the Employers Liability and Workers’ Compensation Committee and the Automobile Law Committee of the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section.

Articles by Jay Marshall:
The Expansion of Regarded-As Discrimination
The Future of Restrictive Covenants in Settlements and Severance
Alleged Copyright Troll Sues Critics
Drones and Privacy Rights
Establish religion, then tax its followers
Cum dilectione hominum et odio vitiorum
Pirate Apprenticeships
Shouldn’t I get CLE for watching?
Two Issues with the FBI & Apple
Justice Scalia Pardoned
That’s It! You’re Fired! And no, this isn’t retaliation. Is it?
Super Bowling for Dollars
Why Are You Giving Fired Employees 21 Days to Consider Severance?
Sen. Cruz is an Unnaturally Born Citizen
The Establishment Claus