Mony joins Perez Morris with extensive litigation experience in construction, premises liability, products liability, aviation related litigation, insurance fraud investigation, New York labor law, and motor vehicle liability. She also defends employers and insurance carriers in various Worker’s Compensation matters in Connecticut. Her practice focuses on commercial entities, restaurants, retailers and professionals in complex, high exposure litigation, including construction defects and medical malpractice. Prior to Perez Morris, Mony handled complex litigation for private law firms and major insurance companies, where she successfully completed jury trials in State and Federal Courts.
Prior to beginning her practice, Mony attended Tufts University, where she served as an intern for the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria and studied non-military use of nuclear energy. Soon after graduating Tufts, Mony began her legal studies at the University of Connecticut where she served as the Executive Editor of The Connecticut Journal of International Law and the Magister of the Ellsworth Inn of Phi Delta Phi, the international legal fraternity. She was also a Fellow of Counsel on Legal Education Opportunities, earning a scholarship for her studies at the University of Connecticut School of Law.
Mony is an AV Pre-eminent Peer Review Rated attorney, a distinction given to attorneys with the highest level of ethical standards and legal skills. She is also an appointed Arbitrator/Fact Finder for all state court venues in Connecticut. She serves on the Board of Directors for the National Retail & Restaurant Defense Association (NRRDA), Board of Directors for UCONN Law School Alumni Association and is a member of the National African-American Insurance Association and DRI Construction Law/Insurance Relations Subcommittee. Additionally, Mony serves as a volunteer coach for LAW (Love to Learn, Apply yourself, Work for justice) Camp for New Haven County Bar Association.
Mony is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. She is fluent in Khmer, and proficient in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.