Angela M. Duerden

Angela Duerden has spent 15 years representing a variety of employers, from small family-owned businesses to large international corporations. Her practice includes providing advice and counsel to her clients on personnel matters as well as the defense of employment-related litigation. Angela actively works with clients in Florida and California and is highly sought-after speaker on various workplace issues, including compliance with equal employment opportunity laws, disability management issues and diversity and inclusion.

Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Angela worked in the Los Angeles and Orlando offices of a prestigious national employment law firm for 14 years. She served as law clerk to the general counsel at Konica Business Technologies while in law school, and studied in Innsbruck, Austria, prior to receiving her master’s degree in German Literature from Vanderbilt University.

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Areas of Practice 1) Employment & Labor, 2) Hospitality, 3) Life, 4) Health, 5) Disability & ERISA and 6) Employee Benefits
Law School Western New England College School of Law Doctor of Law (J.D.,2000)
Admitted Year 2012
Education Vanderbilt University (M.A.,1997);University of Florida (B.A.,1993)
Bar Member / Association Florida State Bar Association
Most recent firm Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP
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