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Mintz Levin's Rubin joins firms SD office

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo P.C. partner Jennifer Rubin has joined the firm's employment, labor and benefits section in San Diego.

She also practices in Mintz Levin’s New York and Stamford, Conn., offices.

“Jen is an important addition to our growing West Coast employment practice,” said Eddie Rodriguez, managing partner of Mintz Levin’s San Diego office. “She is a talented leader, and her wealth of experience complements Mintz Levin’s exceptional team of employment attorneys.”

With extensive experience in executive compensation matters and a bi-coastal practice, Rubin focuses on meeting the increasingly complex employment needs of executives of public and private corporations.

She regularly negotiates employment, equity and severance arrangements and has worked on a broad range of employment litigation matters. She is a co-chair of the firm’s employment mobility practice, a cross-disciplinary practice that includes attorneys in the firm’s San Diego and San Francisco office, as well as from the Boston, New York and Washington, D.C. offices.

In 2013, Rubin was recognized as a Client Service All-Star by BTI Consulting Group. She also serves as chair of Mintz Levin’s diversity committee, leading a number of initiatives aimed at promoting diversity both in the firm and across the legal profession.

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