Jen’s practice is primarily focused on business, commercial and employment litigation. Jen defends companies in complex disputes involving breaches of contract, contract interpretation, software licensing agreements, software implementation and support agreements, as well as a wide variety of employment-related litigations. In addition to leading clients through active litigation, Jen advises clients on implementing strategies and policies to prevent lawsuits.
As a former federal law clerk for The Hon. Gary A. Fenner of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Jen learned valuable insights that shape her approach to litigation and court practice. She knows the value of high quality, succinct writing and understands the importance of working with opposing counsel to achieve results. Jen’s federal court experience provides an invaluable asset to clients, offering a window into the inner workings of chambers.
Publications and Presentations
Mark Tatum and Jennifer Varon, Individual Harassment Claim May Be Just the Beginning, Ingram's, March 20, 2018.
Employment Law Update, Kansas Human Rights Commission Employment Law Seminar, December 7, 2016.
Jennifer Varon, Note, A Powerless Plurality: The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in US v. James Correctly Determines that the Plurality Opinion in Williams v. Illinois Lacks Precedential Value, 47 Creighton L. Rev 193 (2013).