If you are the victim of workplace discrimination, you should not suffer in silence or go through it alone. Your employer has attorneys to assist it, you should have no less.
Schwartz & Perry, a New York City based law firm, specializes in the field of employment law, representing victims of all forms of employment discrimination. With over 60 years of experience, and a reputation as one of the leaders in the field of employment law, the attorneys at Schwartz & Perry believe they can best help.
SPECIALTIES: We are specialists in protecting the rights of employees to ensure that they are free from illegal workplace discrimination. Our practice focuses on all aspects of employment law, including age discrimination, gender discrimination, race discrimination, sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, retaliation and all other types of employment law issues. We have been at the forefront of representing victims of workplace discrimination since the inception of laws prohibiting such discrimination. In fact, it was as a result of one of our cases that the New York City Human Rights Law was deemed constitutional, and that law which protects victims in who work in New York City is the broadest and most expansive human rights law in the country. Additionally, our practice covers all legal services related to the employment law field. Please click here for more details.
ACHIEVEMENTS: We are "AV"-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, a distinction bestowed on just 5% of the law firms in the entire country. Our partners have been honored as Super Lawyers, Murray Schwartz in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and most recently in 2012, and Davida S. Perry in 2009, 2010, 2011, and again in 2012. Recently, Murray Schwartz was named to the 2013 Best Lawyers list and Davida S. Perry was named one of the top 50 women attorneys in New York and was also named by New York Magazine in 2012 and 2013 as a New York Women Leader in the Law. Our accomplishments in the field of employment discrimination law include multi-million dollar jury verdicts and groundbreaking court decisions, which are still cited by attorneys around the country. We practice in both the New York State and New York Federal Courts and are also fully familiar with every aspect of the alternative dispute resolution process, such as arbitration and mediation. Please click here for more details on our achievements.
LECTURES AND ARTICLES: Our attorneys are on the faculty at some of the largest Continuing Legal Education Providers in the country and frequently lecture at New York bar associations and top Continuing Legal Education providers on various employment law related subjects such as age discrimination, and sexual harassment. Our attorneys have also been published in numerous legal and academic publications, and have made media appearances on national and local news programs. Please click here for more details.
CLIENT TESTIMONIALS: To learn what many of our clients have said about us, please click here for more details.
RECENT HAPPENINGS: To learn about our law firm's current activities in the field of employment discrimination law, which include lectures we present at New York bar associations and approved Continuing Legal Education providers. Please click here for more details.
Ranked at the highest level of professional excellence. Please click the links below for more information on our achievements:
Murray Schwartz has been named to the Super Lawyers list each year since 2007 and Davida S. Perry has been named to the Super Lawyers list each year since 2009.
The law firm of Schwartz & Perry is "AV" rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Click on the logo to learn more.
Murray Schwartz is a Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Click on the logo to learn more.
In 2012 and 2013, Davida S. Perry was named one of New York's Women Leaders in the Law.
EMPOWERING VICTIMS OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION TO FIGHT BACK
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