Meredith Malatino Law
Attorneys At Law

Carly Skarbnik Meredith


Carly Skarbnik Meredith, Esq. is a founding Member of the firm. Ms. Meredith has focused her career exclusively in the field of employment law. She has a plethora of experience representing both employees and employers with their employment issues, needs, and concerns. She believes representing both employees and employers has made her an extremely well-rounded client advocate. Ms. Meredith prides herself on her responsiveness and attentiveness to each client’s individual needs.

Ms. Meredith actively litigates in federal and state courts. She represents clients on a variety of employment related issues including: wrongful termination, wage and hour, contractual matters, non-competes, discrimination, retaliation, and whistleblowing. During her career, Ms. Meredith has helped clients obtain seven figure settlements. In 2016, Ms. Meredith co-chaired a six week trial on a retaliation case that resulted in a jury verdict of $935,000.

Prior to founding Meredith Malatino, Ms. Meredith clerked for the Hon. Rachelle L. Harz, J.S.C. from 2009-2010. She graduated from the University of Maryland College Park in 2006 and earned her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2009. During law school, Ms. Meredith worked as a judicial intern for the Hon. Dennis M. Cavanaugh, U.S.D.J.

Published Works

The Cat’s Out of the Bag: U.S. Supreme Court endorses ‘cat’s paw’ theory of liability in employment cases,” New Jersey Law Journal, June 6, 2011

Terminating an ‘Irresistible’ Employee,” American Bar Association, Employment & Labor Relations Law, Spring Issue 2013

Mitigating Front-Pay Damages in NJLAD Cases,” New Jersey Law Journal, June 2012

Honor and Awards 

Included in the Thomson Reuters list of New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2013-2019

Included as one of Bergen’s Top Lawyers by (201) Magazine in 2014 and 2015


Juris Doctor, 2009

B.A., 2006

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