AUGUST 31, 2007 - BRIAN HELLER BECOMES PARTNER AT Schwartz Perry & Heller
Schwartz Perry & Heller is happy and proud to announce that Brian Heller has been made a Partner of the firm. Mr. Heller joined the firm in 2001 as an Associate, after graduating from Fordham University School of Law.
During Mr. Heller’s six years with the firm, he rose to the position of Senior Associate, and has gained significant experience in co-chairing federal and state trials, participating in various appellate proceedings, negotiating severance and other employment agreements and participating in extensive research and writing in the realm of employment discrimination law. Additionally, Mr. Heller is active in all areas of employment law, as well as the litigation of employment matters. He is active in Alternative Dispute Resolution, appearing on behalf of our clients at mediations before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA, formerly NASD) and JAMS. Mr. Heller also regularly lectures on employment discrimination, litigation, contracts, workplace torts and trial practice on behalf of licensed continuing legal education (CLE) providers, contributing the skills and insights he has gained during his successful tenure at Schwartz Perry & Heller.
Managing Partner, Murray Schwartz, stated, “It has been a rewarding and most gratifying experience to be part of the growth and effectiveness of this splendid lawyer, from whom we fully expect a constant stream of achievements for our clients and our firm.”
Mr. Heller commented, “I'm proud to have been able to advocate for victims of workplace discrimination over these past six years at Schwartz Perry & Heller, and look forward to continuing for many more years to come.”