Andrew H. Friedman

Andrew H. Friedman

Andrew H. Friedman is a partner with Helmer Friedman LLP in Culver City. He received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University and his J.D. from Cornell Law School, where he was an Editor of the Cornell Law Review. Mr. Friedman clerked from the Honorable Judge John T. Nixon (U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee). Mr. Friedman represents individuals and groups of individuals in employment law and consumer rights cases. Mr. Friedman is the author of Litigating Employment Discrimination Cases (James Publishing 2005-2016). Mr. Friedman served as Counsel of Record in Lightfoot v. Cendant Mortgage Corp. et al. (Case No. 10-56068) where he successfully convinced the U.S. Supreme Court to grant the petition for certiorari that he filed on behalf of his clients. In January 2017, the Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision authored by Justice Sotomayor, reversed the Ninth Circuit and ruled in favor of Mr. Friedman’s clients.

 

Articles written by this author:

The best, worst and most useful employment cases of 2014

The bounty of good decisions was both surprising and heartening

Andrew H. Friedman
Courtney Abrams

2015 June


The best and worst employment cases of 2015

The good, the bad, and the most useful: A look back at the year’s most important employment law cases

Andrew H. Friedman

2016 June


The best and worst employment cases of 2016

We pull back the curtain to turn the spotlight on the cases that shaped the year in employment law (with a bit of color commentary)

Andrew H. Friedman

2017 June


The best and worst employment developments of 2017

The best and worst employment developments of 2017

A brief overview of the cases that shaped the year in employment law (with a bit of color commentary)

Andrew H. Friedman

2018 May


The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part I

The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part I

An overview of the legislative developments that shaped the year in employment law (with a bit of color commentary)

Andrew H. Friedman

2019 May


The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part II

The best and worst employment developments of 2018 – Part II

A review of the recent cases most useful to plaintiff employment practitioners

Andrew H. Friedman

2019 May