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Jeremy White

Jeremy White


Washington, DC
T: +1 202 682 3644
F: +1 202 414 0329

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Legal Services


  • Washington University School of Law
    JD, 2002
  • Washington University in St. Louis
    BSBA, 1999

Bar Admission(s)

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia
  • US District Court for the District of Maryland
  • US District Court for the District of Columbia
  • US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
  • US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • US Court of Federal Claims

Jeremy White is Counsel in Kaye Scholer’s Employment & Labor Group. Jeremy has counseled and represented a wide range of clients in complex litigation matters in the wage and hour and employment discrimination areas. He has specific expertise in collective and class actions under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. Chambers USA 2015 named Jeremy an “Up and Coming” attorney, with clients characterizing him as “diligent and responsive” and “simply remarkable in his capacity to work, think and remember.”

Jeremy has also represented pro bono clients, including disability rights organizations, in various matters. For his pro bono work, Jeremy received the Washington Lawyers’ Committee Outstanding Achievement Award.

Jeremy earned his JD from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. While there, he participated in the Congressional Administrative and Law Clinic, and clerked for the Honorable Judge Terry I. Adelman, US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.

Representative Matters

  • Represented pharmaceutical company and successfully obtained the district court’s grant of summary judgment of plaintiffs’ wage and hour claims.
  • Represented Fortune 500 company and successfully obtained dismissal of plaintiff’s disability rights claims under state law.
  • Represented defendant in a patent infringement case involving gift card technology, resulting in the jury verdict that the patent was not infringed, invalid for obviousness, invalid for failure to name all of the inventors, and unenforceable due to inequitable conduct before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
  • Represented defendant in a contractual dispute and successfully defeated claims of tortious interference, conspiracy, fraud, false claims and antitrust violations on a 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss.
  • Successfully represented a labor unionist from Cameroon in his application for asylum and withholding of removal.