Jennifer A. Weiner, Senior Counsel
Jennifer is a Senior Counsel in the Labor and Employment practice group. She represents both public and private sector clients in lawsuits before state and federal courts at both the trial court and appellate levels. Her experience includes business disputes, construction matters, agricultural business disputes, contract, real property, professional disputes, tort litigation defense, and general liability defense.
Jennifer has represented public and private sector clients at the trial and appellate courts, including the California Court of Appeals, California Supreme Court, and the federal appellate courts. She regularly represents clients at every stage of the appellate process, including record preparation and analysis of trial court proceedings, appellate mediation, research and drafting of appellate briefs, oral argument and filing of extraordinary writs.
Professional Activities & Affiliations
Jennifer is a graduate of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Roseville program. She works with high school students to help them develop their resumes and provides them with college and career advice. Her professional activities and affiliations include:
- Member, Sacramento County Bar Association
- Member, Placer County Bar Association
- Member, California State Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
- All California State Courts
- United States District Court, Eastern, Northern, Central and Southern Districts of California
- United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
J.D. University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 2001
- Honors in trial advocacy
- First place in the 2000 Western Region ABA Negotiation Competition
- Participated in the 2001 National ABA Negotiation Competition
B.A. University of California, Davis, 1998
December 5 – 7
Kronick is pleased to again sponsor CALPELRA’s Annual Conference on December 3-7, 2018 in Monterey. Shareholder David Tyra and Associate Jennifer Weiner will discuss how to manage leaves in light of the numerous overlapping laws, how to determine appropriate and effective reasonable accommodations (including leaves) for employees who require them to perform the essential functions of their jobs, and how to conduct effective interactive process meetings with employees and their representatives … all these situations present significant challenges for employers. If you have basic knowledge of the various laws providing employees with leave rights – FMLA, CFRA, ADA, workers’ comp, etc. – then in this session you’ll learn about some of the more difficult, complex, and advanced issues arising from employee leaves and reasonable accommodation requests, with a particular emphasis on the overlapping nature of the various applicable laws, and techniques for handling those issues.
Please visit the event website for more information.
Friday, April 20
1550 Maidu Dr.
Roseville, CA 95661
Christopher Onstott and Jennifer Weiner will discuss harassment in the workplace, and the steps employers must take to ensure their compliance both with the law and changing social mores. The presentation will include the effect of the “Me Too” movement on employer exposure.
Please visit the event website for more information and to register.