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Beth is an employment law attorney with more than 20 years of experience. She handles matters with respect to employment compliance, audits, and training as well as workplace investigations. She routinely conducts employment training on the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace. Beth also conducts independent workplace investigations and equal pay audits. Additionally, she provides advice and counseling to employers and handles employee handbook preparation and reviews. She also serves as an Arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association on the Employment Panel.

Before joining KSB Law, Beth worked as a Legal Editor at XpertHR, an online compliance resource for corporate HR departments and employers. In this capacity, Beth was responsible for writing, editing, and publishing a wide variety of content on various employment-related issues such as discrimination, harassment, workplace accommodations, employee privacy, and employee conduct. Prior to this, Beth practiced as an attorney in both New Jersey and New York, representing employers in a variety of employment-related matters.

Speaking Engagements & Publications

Beth has authored many published news articles, blogs, and white papers and has conducted webinars and podcasts on employment law topics. Beth has been quoted in numerous national publications and HR publications based upon her extensive employment law knowledge. Beth has also been a speaker at various Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Conferences on topics such as diversity and inclusion and rapidly changing federal, state, and local employment law issues. Some of her most recent articles include “New ‘Stericycle’ Standard Impacts Workplace Investigation Confidentiality,” published in the September 11, 2023 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal, “Updated Government Guidelines Cover Confidentiality and Ensuring Prompt, Thorough and Impartial Workplace Investigations,” published in the December 2023 issue of New Jersey Lawyer, and  “Tackling the Mental Health Crisis in the Legal Profession” published in the February 2024 issue of New Jersey Lawyer Magazine.

AAA Panels

  • Arbitrator, Employment Panel, American Arbitration Association

Academic Roles

  • Adjunct Professor, Master of Science in Jurisprudence Program, Seton Hall University School of Law

Leadership, Recognitions & Associations

Community Service

  • Attorney Mentor, NJ LEEP (Law and Education Empowerment Project)

  • Member, Mt. Pleasant Elementary School PTA, Livingston, New Jersey

  • Alumni Interviewer, Cornell University

  • President, Temple Beth Shalom Board of Education, Livingston, New Jersey


Admitted to Practice

  • State of New Jersey (2000)

  • State of New York (2000)

  • United States District Court. District Court of New Jersey (2000)

  • United States District Court, Southern District of New York (2000)

  • United States District Court, Eastern District of New York (2006)


  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D.

  • Cornell University, B.S., Human Development and Family Studies


New Jersey Women Law Association
Association of Workplace Investigators
New Jersey State Bar Association