Mr. Jeremy E. Abay works on the firm’s complex cases, concentrating his practice in healthcare fraud (qui tam), consumer class actions, and wage and hour litigation. He represents whistleblowers, employees, and consumers in high-stakes litigation against corporations, and he often collaborates with assistant attorney generals in prosecuting healthcare fraud.
Mr. Abay is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. Federal court admissions include the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Middle District of Pennsylvania, the District of New Jersey, and Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Since joining the firm, Mr. Abay has returned to his law school alma mater, Rutgers School of Law, to serve as an adjunct professor in the deposition advocacy program and as a guest lecturer in the business torts seminar. He also speaks at professional seminars, including on the topic of how to classify workers in the gig economy.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Abay worked for two Fortune 500 companies, Johnson & Johnson and Barclays Capital, where he gained unique insight into corporate compliance programs.
Mr. Abay graduated cum laude from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He attended Rutgers School of Law in Camden, New Jersey as a merit-based scholarship recipient. During law school, he served as research assistant to former Dean Adam Scales, analyzing emerging trends in tort theory and insurance law. He received the Don F. D’Aqui Esquire Memorial Award at graduation, which is awarded to the law student achieving the highest average in and displaying the greatest aptitude for the law of torts.
Mr. Abay has been recognized as a Rising Star in class action litigation by Super Lawyers.