Jaclyn M. Kavendek

Jaclyn M. Kavendek

AssociateRed Bank, NJ
  • Jaclyn M. Kavendek, is an associate in the Red Bank, N.J. office, where she is a member of the Creditors’ Rights/Bankruptcy, Municipal Law and Real Estate practice groups.

    Jaclyn focuses her practice on real estate and commercial litigation, including disputes between owners and tenants. She also handles foreclosure and bankruptcy matters and consumer protection litigation. She also has experience in representing public entities. Jaclyn represents financial institutions and commercial real estate owners and developers in litigation and general business matters. Some of her clients include state chartered banks, regional banks, national banks, equipment financing companies, federal agencies, quasi-governmental lenders, commercial landlords, asset purchasers, hedge funds and individual creditors. 

    Jaclyn graduated cum laude from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, where she served on the Law Review and on the Moot Court Society’s Alternative Dispute Resolution group.  She is also a cum laude graduate of George Mason University where she earned her B.S. in Health Fitness and Recreation Resources, with a concentration in Sports Management and a minor in Business.

    She is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the District of Columbia. She also has experience in the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, Law Division, as well as municipal courts and the Office of Administrative Law.

    In her free time, Jaclyn enjoys running, playing golf and softball, and hanging out with her dog, Ralph. 

    • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
    • Member, New York Bar Association
    • Member, District of Columbia Bar Association
    • Recipient, Gold Congressional Award
    Presentations and Publications
    • Author, The Positive and Negative Consequences of the European Union Court of Justice’s Amazon Decision on International Private Copying & America, 63 Cath. U.L. Rev. 789 (2014).