Livingston Resident Lisa Fried-Grodin Named to the New Jersey Super Lawyer 2013
Thursday, March 14, 2013 • 9:56am
New Jersey labor and employment law attorney Lisa Fried-Grodin, a Livingston resident, has been named to the New Jersey Super Lawyer 2013 ranking of attorneys. Ms. Fried-Grodin was also recently appointed to the roster of court-appointed mediators by the state’s Administrative Office of the Courts to mediate employment law, civil rights, discrimination and whistleblower cases in Morris, Essex, Union, Hudson and Bergen counties.
Ms. Fried-Grodin is a co-founder and partner of Meyers Fried-Grodin LLP, a law firm with offices in Morris County and New York City. She has more than a decade of experience handling employment litigation, helping clients understand the complex body of state and federal employment laws governing the workplace; handling separation negotiations and drafting separation agreements; representing clients in proceedings before administrative agencies; conducting workplace investigations; and drafting policies, handbooks, and employment contracts.
Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service that recognizes lawyers who have attained a high-degree of professional achievement and peer recognition. No more than 5% of all attorneys in New Jersey are chosen as Super Lawyers.
By state court rule, all employment law, civil rights, discrimination and whistleblower cases in the state of New Jersey must be mediated during the litigation process. A mediator is a neutral person who acts as a facilitator and helps the parties identify and resolve the issues, and bring finality to their dispute. All mediators designated by the New Jersey courts to mediate such cases are appointed by the Administrative Office of the Courts.
For more information, contact Lisa Fried-Grodin at (973) 975-4868 or email@example.com.