Jennifer A. Rulon
Jennifer practices labor and employment law in the Cincinnati and West Chester offices of Frost Brown Todd. Jennifer concentrates her practice in employment litigation in federal and state courts, as well as before governmental agencies such as the EEOC and OFCCP. In addition to litigating claims, Jennifer also frequently advises clients on issues related to affirmative action plans, including preparing plans, planning for and defending OFCCP audits, and conducting compensation analyses.
Jennifer joined the firm in 2014 after graduating cum laude from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. During her second year of law school, Jennifer received an award for excellence in oral advocacy after competing as a quarterfinalist in IU’s annual Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition. The following year, Jennifer was selected by a panel of students and faculty to serve on the Moot Court Executive Board, where she was responsible for overseeing the law school’s largest alumni and student event.
Before law school, Jennifer served for two years as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali, West Africa, where she trained more than 60 local farmers and students in agricultural and marketing techniques. Through her service, Jennifer gained invaluable experience in project management and cross-cultural communication. Jennifer continues to serve Mali on the Board of Directors for African Sky – a nonprofit organization devoted to lessening the extreme effects of poverty in Mali.
Jennifer received her history degree magna cum laude in the Philosophy, Politics, and the Public Honors Program at Xavier University. During her time at Xavier, Jennifer completed an internship at the National Endowment for the Arts and volunteered with various community organizations in Cincinnati.
Memberships & Affiliations
- American Bar Association (Member, 2014-present)
- Federal Bar Association (Member, 2016-present)
- Ohio State Bar Association (Member, 2015-present)
- Sagamore Inn of Court (Associate Member, 2015-2017)
- DOL’s Overtime Rule Struck Down
- EEO-1 Pay Reporting Requirements Suspended Immediately Pending OMB Review
- New Overtime Rules Released Today
- Congress Authorizes Federal Cause of Action for Trade Secret Misappropriation
- Final Department of Labor Overtime Exemption Rule Will Be Published Soon
- Department of Labor FLSA Guidance Says Most Workers Are Employees
- “Why DOES Radio Shack Ask for Your Phone Number When You Buy Batteries?“
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- IKRON, Board of Directors, 2018-present
- African Sky, Board of Directors, 2014-present
Non-FBT Publications and Events
"Final Overtime Rule Remains in Limbo," On the Merits, Federal Bar Association Winter 2016 Newsletter
"The Future of OFCCP Compliance," On the Merits, Federal Bar Association Spring 2017 Newsletter