Jack M. Middough is an Associate in the firm’s Employment and Municipal Litigation Departments.  Jack represents employers and employees in a wide array of matters, such as claims of harassment, hostile work environment, and discrimination on the basis of sex, race, disability, age, pregnancy, religion, and national origin.  Jack also represents public entities, officials, and employees in Title 59 and civil rights actions, including excessive force, wrongful arrest, and malicious prosecution.

Prior to joining Hoagland Longo, Jack served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Francis J. Vernoia, J.A.D., where he gained invaluable experience with, and exposure to, a wide variety of cases and practice areas.

Jack received his Bachelor of History degree from The College of William and Mary and his J.D. from the University of North Carolina, School of Law where he served as Articles Editor for the First Amendment Law Review and as a competing member of the Holderness Moot Court’s Negotiations Team.  While in law school, Jack worked as a research assistant for Prof. John F. Coyle and as a law clerk for the Federal Trade Commission in its Southeastern Office.


  • Middlesex County Bar Association
  • New Brunswick Bar Association, Treasurer