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Brandon R. Sher

Shareholder   |   Philadelphia

Brandon focuses his practice on employment litigation and counseling, including wage and hour issues, employee discipline, discrimination and harassment claims based on age, sex, race, sexual orientation, national origin, and disability, retaliation and whistleblower allegations, non-compete agreements, and structuring large and small-scale reductions in force.  A client told Brandon that his “effective management, tenacity, and intangible people skills were critical to the successful outcome of this singularly complicated matter.” Brandon is also a member of Ogletree Deakins’ Class Action, RIF/WARN, and Multistate Advice and Counseling practice groups.

Following law school, Brandon served as a law clerk to the Honorable Francine I. Axelrad, P.J.A.D. of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. While in law school, Brandon was the lead editor of the Rutgers Law Journal’s (n/k/a Rutgers University Law Review) annual issue on state constitutional law. He also served as a Teaching Assistant for Legal Analysis Writing & Research classes.

Brandon is a Board Member of Philly Bookshelf, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to increase the number of books, reading materials, and literacy opportunities available in the Philadelphia region.

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