(PRWEB) June 7, 2005
Helmer Â Friedman, LLP Â a Los Angeles, California based boutique litigation firm Â is very pleased to congratulate name partner Andrew H. Friedman on the publication of his new book Â Litigating Employment Discrimination Cases. With an introduction by the Honorable John T. Nixon (United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee), Mr. Friedman's 1300 page 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.
Mr. Friedman is a 1989 graduate of the Cornell Law School where he served on the Board of Editors of the Cornell Law Review. Following law school, Mr. Friedman served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John T. Nixon (United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee) before working in the labor and employment law departments of two of the nationÂs premier management-side law firms Â Paul Hastings LLP and Bryan Cave LLP.
Mr. Friedman, who spent more than 5 years working on the book, said: ÂI hope that this book can contribute to the practice of employment law and help all employment law practitioners Â whether they represent plaintiffs or defendants or whether they are neutrals Â to fully implement the anti-discrimination provisions of federal laws like Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.Â
According to Gregory D. Helmer, Mr. FriedmanÂs law partner at Helmer & Friedman: ÂMr. FriedmanÂs book is an essential component of an employment lawyerÂs library. It is an easy-to-read reference guide that provides the employment practitioner with a practical, step-by-step approach to litigating employment discrimination and harassment cases. It includes invaluable insights that Mr. Friedman learned from his unique experience on both the plaintiff and defense bars. I am certain that it will soon be regarded as the leading treatise in this area of law.Â
Mr. FriedmanÂs book was published by James Publishing Company in May 2005.
For additional information about Mr. FriedmanÂs new book, please visit http://www.jamespublishing.com/books/led.htm or contact Andrew H. Friedman at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about Andrew H. Friedman and/or Helmer Â Friedman, LLP, please visit http://www.helmerfriedman.com
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