Law & Politics Magazine and the publishers of Los Angeles Magazine select Andrew H. Friedman and Gregory D. Helmer of Helmer Friedman LLP as 2008 Southern California “Super Lawyers”
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 5, 2007 — Helmer & Friedman, LLP is very pleased to congratulate both of its founding partners, Andrew H. Friedman and Gregory D. Helmer, on being selected as Southern California “Super Lawyers” for 2008.
Andrew H. Friedman was selected as a “Super Lawyer” in the category of Labor and Employment Law. This was Mr. Friedman’s third year in a row as a “Super Lawyer.” Mr. Friedman literally wrote “the book” on employment discrimination law — Litigating Employment Discrimination Cases (James Publishing, 2005-2007). The book, a two volume 1400 practice guide, is designed to provide the employment law practitioner with strategies, tactics and forms to successfully handle employment discrimination cases from case inception through trial. It can be purchased at http://www.jamespublishing.com/. “We are obviously very pleased to be recognized by my peers as ‘Super Lawyers'” said Mr. Friedman.
Gregory D. Helmer was selected as a “Super Lawyer” in the category of Labor and Employment Law. This was Mr. Helmer’s third time being selected as a “Super Lawyer.” Among other accomplishments, Mr. Helmer has obtained a $1,643,000.00 arbitration award on behalf of an employee who had been discriminated against and harassed because of his age. The landmark arbitration award was, at the time, reputed to be one of the largest ever received by an individual in a discrimination case.
Helmer & Friedman, LLP, located on the boardwalk overlooking the Pacific ocean in Venice, California, represents celebrities, employees, individuals and businesses in a broad array of legal matters, including employment and wage claims, contract negotiations, defamation and privacy issues, entertainment transactions, trademark and copyright infringement, unfair business practices, class actions, whistle-blowing and retaliation, personal injury, sexual harassment, discrimination and elder abuse claims.