Employment Law


Bronson Lipsky LLP employees in all employment law areas, including sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment. And we represent employees in cases concerning their employment contracts.

 We also represent employers against sexual harassment, discrimination, hostile work environment and retaliation claims. READ MORE>>>

Employment Law


Bronson Lipsky LLP counsels employees and employers in all areas of employment law.

 This firm represents high-level executives, managers, and rank and file employees in negotiating and analyzing their employment agreements, separation arrangements, and restrictive covenants (including non-compete, non-solicit, non-poach, confidentiality provisions and the like).

 The firm counsels employers on policies, hiring and firing decisions, and general day-to-day advice with respect to all other employment issues. We likewise have extensive experience in drafting and reviewing policy handbooks, contracts and all other employment-related agreements. READ MORE>>>

Corporate &

Entertainment Law


Bronson Lipsky LLP represents clients on a range of general corporate matters, including business counseling, entity formation, and contract drafting/negotiation for numerous types of agreements. Mr. Bronson also has experience with M&A matters and counseling not-for-profit corporations in New York and New Jersey. READ MORE>>>


The firm provides counsel on various matters within the entertainment industry, concentrating in the film, television, culinary, and publishing fields. We represent producers, writers, actors, chefs, and serve as production counsel and general counsel to entertainment-related companies. We also handle contract negotiation and financial structuring matters on behalf of our clients in the entertainment industry. READ MORE>>>

Wage & Hour


Bronson Lipsky LLP represents workers whose employers have violated federal and/or local laws governing minimum wage, overtime, misclassification, tips, commissions, and other owed compensation. We generally represent groups of workers in class or collective actions. In doing so, we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.We fight to make sure workers are paid all the compensation they have earned under the law.

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