Jennifer Ton is a litigation associate at Kennedy McCarthy & Rumm, LLP who represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment related disputes. Having exclusively worked in employment law firms throughout her legal career, Jennifer has gained significant experience in litigating all areas of employment law, including claims involving workplace discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and wage and hour violations for individuals and collective actions.

Jennifer earned her J.D. from Western State College of Law, where she graduated with magna cum laude honors and received a Certificate of Exemplary Public Service for having dedicated over 120 hours of pro bono legal services to her community. During law school, Jennifer served as an editor for Law Review, President of the Phi Alpha Delta International Law Society, and was a member of the Honors Moot Court Team, where she won an award for having drafted the best appellate brief in a competition against 34 other law schools. Jennifer also served as a judicial extern and legal research assistant to the Honorable William Bedsworth of California’s 4th District Court of Appeal.

Jennifer is enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge regarding ever-changing employment laws and is devoted to being a resource for others. She proudly serves as an adjunct professor at Western State College of Law, teaching both California and Federal labor and employment laws to the next generation of lawyers. 

Jennifer understands that lawsuits are stressful for all involved and strives to make each client’s experience a positive one. Jennifer is devoted to building long-lasting and trusting relationships with each of her clients and takes pride in providing continuous communication, legal guidance, support, and top-quality representation to each of her clients.