Jody graduated from The Ohio State University summa cum laude and with distinction in Criminal Justice. She received the 1991-1992 Outstanding Undergraduate Sociology Major Award. Jody then attended the University of Baltimore School of Law where she was a member and Managing Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Review and graduated magna cum laude.
Jody joined Kamer Zucker Abbott in 1998 and became a partner in 2003. She exclusively represents and advises employers in labor and employment matters. In addition to assisting clients with preventative measures such as employee and supervisor training and the development of internal policies, Jody focuses upon defending employers against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, breach of contract, tortious conduct, and wage and hour violations before Nevada’s state and federal courts, as well as its administrative agencies such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Nevada Equal Rights Commission, and the Nevada Labor Commissioner.
Jody is the author of “Desert Palace, Inc. v. Costa,” The Job Description (DRI Winter 2004), and co-author of many publications, including: “The Ever-Evolving Claim of Sexual Harassment,” Communique (March 2007); “When You Have Mail Turns Into You Have A Lawsuit,” Communique (December 1998) and "Employees' Section 7 Rights - The Rest of the Story," Nevada Labor Letter (Vol. VI, No. 9, September 1998).