Jack Tuckner is a founding partner of Tuckner, Sipser, Weinstock & Sipser, LLP and was recently named a “Super Lawyer” for the third year in a row. He has dedicated his legal career to representing indigent defendants in criminal law cases and prosecuting women’s rights in the workplace cases in federal and state courts. Over the course of his career, Jack Tuckner has established a reputation for feminist activism, serving as an advocate and commentator in the pursuit of gender justice in pay and other employment benefits for all women. This advocacy entails speaking with major news networks, newspapers, radio shows, and television shows in New York and nationally.
Jack Tuckner has appeared as a commentator on a number of national television programs, including NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams, Inside Edition, ABC’s Good Morning America, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, and The Joy Behar Show. His quotes have appeared in multiple national newspapers, including The New York Times, The New York Daily News, and The Wall Street Journal, while he has also been invited to speak on radio programs ranging from National Public Radio to local stations in New York.
Jack Tuckner has also made it a priority to speak at local and national gatherings centered on women’s discrimination issues. He has presented publicly on “Gender Pay Disparity” for numerous venues, including for the American Association of University Women. Additionally, he has spoken regularly about “Domestic Violence and Working Women” at a wide range of public and private forums. Appearances include the New York State Bar Association’s annual conference in Saratoga, NY, and Liz Claiborne’s annual day of group activism and national radio interviews: “Time to Talk About Domestic Violence.” Locally, he has appeared at civic and grassroots seminars and community meetings throughout the tri-state New York area.
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