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Lauren F. Iannaccone

Associate

Overview

Lauren Iannaccone’s broad range of experience in complex commercial transactions allows her to respond to significant emergent matters and assist clients efficiently and effectively. Lauren’s litigation experience includes orders to show cause, shareholder disputes, professional malpractice litigation and intellectual property infringement disputes. She also assists entities in restructuring their businesses with a myriad of compliance issues in mind, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

When it comes to litigation, Lauren’s wealth of experiences makes her an asset to her client’s team. She takes great pride in understanding a dispute, its complexities and nuances, and formulating a tailored litigation strategy to meet her client’s needs. She has represented clients through all stages of litigation at both the trial court and appellate division levels, and has litigated cases in New York, New Jersey and in federal court.

Lauren graduated college in the top 7% of her class with dual departmental honors, a double major and a minor, and was offered entry into Phi Beta Kappa. She was awarded an academic scholarship to Washington and Lee Law School, where she earned the prestigious Burk Scholar title and was a Jacobson Trust Fellow.

Before entering private practice, Lauren served as the law clerk to Presiding General Equity Judge Stephan Hansbury. She also interned for Judge Thomas Weisenbeck (A.J.S.C. Ret.), the Assignment Judge for the Morris and Sussex Vicinage.

Lauren’s past employment experience includes working at the boutique mortgage asset protection law firm, Talcott Franklin.

Lauren is a dedicated committee member of Just-Bowl-for-Giuliana, a local organization devoted to finding a cure for cystic fibrosis.

Experience

Representative Experience

  • trademark infringement disputes;
  • representing shareholders in involuntary dissolution cases;
  • representing shareholders in cases concerning oppression allegations in a closely held corporation;
  • ERISA litigation;
  • representing a physician before the New Jersey Board of Dentistry;
  • litigating probate orders to show cause on a high net worth estate;
  • litigating prerogative writs in bid-contest cases;
  • aviation cases;
  • mortgage foreclosure;
  • litigating commercial coverage cases;
  • defraying labor and employment class action litigation;
  • assisting a company come into compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; and
  • assisting with a variety of H.R. issues.

Activities

Professional and Community Affiliations

  • American Bar Association

  • Essex County Bar Association
  • Morris County Bar Association

  • New York Bar Association

News & Insights

Publications

Clerkships

  • Presiding General Equity Judge Stephan Hansbury

Education

Washington and Lee School of Law (J.D., 2014; Burks Scholar; Jacobson Trust Fellow)

Rutgers University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2011)

Admissions

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