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Alexander Friedman

Attorney

Alexander Friedman

Alexander Friedman is an Associate with Brody and Associates, LLC. He works on Labor and Employment law matters including wage and hour, employment discrimination, restrictive covenant litigation, defense of government investigations and audits, and drafting employment agreements, policies, and handbooks. He also counsels and advises businesses on a variety of employment-related issues including litigation avoidance, compliance with state and federal laws, and employee discipline and termination. Prior to joining Brody and Associates, Alex worked at a law firm in Philadelphia on matters relating to employment law, corporate law, and litigation. Alex has also been involved with the Trenton Office of Central Jersey Legal Services, a legal aid organization, focusing on Elder Law.

Outside of the office, Alex is an avid tennis player and also enjoys photography, numismatics, and playing the piano. Born in Minsk, Belarus, USSR and raised in Mercer County, New Jersey, Alex speaks fluent Russian.

Publications

  • Employers Beware: EEOC Files Amicus Brief in Support of NLRB’s New Joint Employer Standard, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2016
  • Form I-9 Fines Can Be $200,000 Or More – Should/Can You Do An Internal Audit?, Fairfield County Business Journal, 2016
  • A New Arrow To Attack Those Who Steal Trade Secrets, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2016
  • Get Ready For Changes to White-Collar Exemption, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2016
  • Joint Employer Liability: A Frightening New World, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2016
  • Transgender Workers Gaining Legal Ground, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2015
  • Think Your Employees Can’t Use The LinkedIn Contacts They Got With Your Help? Think Again, Law.com, 2015
  • Business As Usual Despite Republican Control of Congress?, Employment Law Strategist, 2015
  • Salaried No More? Government To Announce $50,400 Exemption Threshold, Law.com, 2015
  • Must I Really Consider All Accommodations?, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2014
  • Wage And Hour Enforcement On The Rise – Are You Ready?, Connecticut Law Tribune, 2014
  • Are You Ready For The End Of The Year?, Law.com, 2014

Community Involvement

  • Connecticut Young Professionals, Board Member, Chief Legal Officer
  • Dartmouth Club of New York
  • Hun School of Princeton Young Alumni Association
  • Dartmouth Club of Fairfield County – Alumni Interviewer through Admissions Ambassador Program