Attorney Genevieve Murphy-Bradacs offers practical advice and common-sense solutions to assist employers and HR professionals in tackling day-to-day employment and complex compliance issues.

Clients depend on Genevieve to provide counsel on a broad array of employment-related matters to help them navigate a constantly changing landscape of state and local employment laws. They also turn to her for assistance in reviewing and drafting employment policies and agreements. She routinely assists clients with handbook audits to ensure compliance with applicable law, including state and local sick leave and leaves of absence laws.

Relying on her detailed knowledge of federal and state consumer protection laws and state and local fair chance and credit check laws, Genevieve regularly counsels clients on the ins and outs of conducting compliant background screening. She also counsels clients on practically and effectively using background screening in employment decision-making while minimizing potential risks.

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Genevieve also conducts trainings for employers, including anti-harassment training and trainings on issues such as workplace accommodations, and is a frequent presenter of continuing legal education webinars.

Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Genevieve was an attorney at a regional law firm where she focused on traditional labor law, employment law, and general litigation, including appellate practice, where she represented public and private sector labor organizations, employers in non-union settings, and individuals. Prior to entering private practice, Genevieve served as a law clerk to the Honorable Francine A. Schott (Ret.) of the New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division, Essex Vicinage.

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  • Rutgers University School of Law – Newark (J.D., 2004)
  • Rutgers University – New Brunswick (B.A., 2001)

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