ABOUT ME

Jeff Morneau

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Jeff has been practicing employment law and consumer law for more than twenty years and is a founding member of Connor & Morneau.  Jeff is dedicated to assisting employees and consumers protect and defend their rights through individual and class action litigation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies and, when appropriate, through negotiation, mediation, or settlement.

Jeff is widely recognized as one of the best class action and collective action lawyers in Massachusetts. He has successfully litigated, mediated, and settled hundreds of high profile cases against some of the largest corporations in the country.  He has helped to recover tens of millions of dollars for workers and consumers who have been the victims of wage theft, discrimination and unfair or deceptive conduct by employers and businesses.

Jeff is a very active member of the bar association. He is President of the Hampden County Bar Foundation, a former President of the Hampden County Bar Association (HCBA) and is currently a member of the HCBA Labor & Employment Law Section, Massachusetts Bar Association, National Employment Lawyers Association (“NELA”) and the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association (“MELA”).

Jeff has been recognized as “Super Lawyer” in Massachusetts, a recognition given to no more than five percent of lawyers in each state and was awarded the John M. Greaney Award in 2017 and recognized as an outstanding citizen of the law community.

A few other facts about Jeff – he was inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame for tennis; was ranked number one in the country in platform tennis; taught Employment Law, Sports Law, and Business Law at Holyoke Community College; was President of the Hampden County Bar Association, and coaches the East Longmeadow High School Boys Tennis team. While not practicing law, Jeff enjoys spending time playing golf, tennis, and platform tennis; and watching his kids participate in sports.  


Education

  • Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., (1999)

  • Western New England College, School of Law, JD (1998)

  • Providence College, BS (1992)


Admissions

  • Massachusetts

  • District of Massachusetts

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals

  • Connecticut

  • District of Connecticut