Jeremy Janis concentrates his practice on New York Workers’ Compensation and represents insurance companies and self-insured employers before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board. Jeremy has been the lead attorney for thousands of hearings before the New York Workers’ Compensation Board and has procured favorable outcomes, including numerous disallowances and fraud findings on his client’s behalf. As a trial attorney, Jeremy is experienced with pre-trial disclosure procedures, trial presentation, and post-trial (appellate) practice.
Prior to joining LOIS, Jeremy worked for a law firm where his practice was focused on New Jersey family law and matrimonial matters such as divorce, child custody, and the equitable distribution of marital property. During law school, Jeremy participated in the Housing and Homelessness Clinic at the Center for Social Justice at Seton Hall University School of Law, representing local residents in administrative hearings and advising tenants of their rights. Prior to practicing law, Jeremy worked for a technology company where he developed web applications for internal use.