Kyle L. Wu

Kyle L. Wu

Office:Philadelphia, PA; Berkeley Heights, NJ

Kyle Wu is a Partner in Margolis Edelstein’s Employment and Labor Law group.

He represents employers in all aspects of employment law, including race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, and age discrimination cases, as well as wrongful discharge, FMLA, NJLAD, and Fair Labor Standards claims. Kyle also counsels employers on workplace matters, including employment policies and handbooks, medical and religious accommodations, employment contracts, workplace discrimination, and other employment issues.

Kyle also represents attorneys and law firms in defending professional liability matters. He has handled a wide range of legal malpractice claims stemming from blown statutes of limitations and negligent handling of underlying matters, including employment cases, tax foreclosure matters, transactional matters, and personal injury cases.

Prior to joining Margolis Edelstein, Kyle served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable M. Patricia Richmond, J.S.C., in the Civil Division of Burlington County, New Jersey until her retirement. For the remainder of his clerkship, Kyle served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John E. Harrington, P.J.Cv., the Honorable Marc. M. Baldwin, P.J.Cv. (Ret.), the Honorable Michael J. Hogan, P.J.Ch. (Ret.), and the Honorable Susan L. Claypoole, J.S.C. Kyle also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Sherry R. Fallon, Magistrate Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.

Kyle graduated with honors from Widener University School of Law (Delaware Law School) where he attended on a Full Merit Scholarship that covered his full law school tuition for all three years. Kyle also served as President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society. Additionally, Kyle served as a member of the Transactional Law Honor Society, and was a Regional Champion of the LawMeets Mid-Atlantic Transactional Law Competition.

Prior to law school, Kyle graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from The College of New Jersey, where he majored in Criminology.


  • Widener University School of Law, Delaware Law School (J.D., cum laude)
  • The College of New Jersey (B.S.)


  • Outstanding Student Service Award
  • Full Merit Scholarship

Bar Admissions:

  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania

Court Admissions:

  • United States District Court, District of New Jersey
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Speaking Engagements and Presentations:

  • “Remote Working – Navigating the New Normal and Avoiding Liability” (ExecuSummit EPLI Conference), Uncasville, CT

Representative Matters:

  • Kumor v. ACRO Service Corporation, et al. – Obtained summary judgment on a disability discrimination lawsuit under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“NJLAD”), among other claims, filed in the New Jersey Superior Court in Mercer County, after arguing that Plaintiff could not satisfy several elements of her prima facie cases for the various claims and that there was no evidence in the record that could evenly remotely support pretext by the staffing company.
  • Balogh v. Schenkman - Obtained summary judgment on a legal malpractice lawsuit in the handling of an asset purchase agreement (“APA”) after proving that Plaintiffs could not satisfy the elements of their various causes of action asserted and that there was no evidence in the record that could ever allow the Plaintiffs to establish proximate cause of damages.