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FSB FisherBroyles Expands its Employment Law Practice to New York

FSB FisherBroyles Expands its Employment Law Practice to New

New York, New York--- FSB FisherBroyles is pleased to announce that Lisa M. Brauner will launch the New York office’s employment law practice in January 2011.

Ms. Brauner stated, “FSB FisherBroyles is the ideal solution for today’s value-conscious clients. FSB is a full-service law firm made up exclusively of partner-level attorneys formerly with top-tier law firms or large company in-house legal departments. Its innovative Law Firm 2.0® business model creates efficiencies that significantly reduce FSB’s costs of doing business. FSB then passes along these savings to its clients in the form of substantially lower fees than traditional large law firms charge. Such efficiencies also give FSB’s attorneys the tools to be more responsive and the flexibility to invest the time necessary to actually learn the business of their clients. This fosters an environment of collaboration and partnership, which results in the delivery of better legal work product and client satisfaction. The model works. Over the past couple of years, FSB has enjoyed explosive growth and has become widely accepted in the marketplace as a viable alternative to traditional law firms.”

Ms. Brauner is a graduate of Tufts University, cum laude, and Brooklyn Law School. She brings to FSB more than fifteen years’ experience in employment law as a litigator, legal advisor, and trainer at large employment law firm practices and boutique employment law firms in New York City. Ms. Brauner is a frequent public speaker on workplace law-related topics and a prolific author of workplace law-related articles.

Ms. Brauner’s practice includes counseling employers in many aspects of the employment relationship, including avoiding litigation, conducting reductions-in-force, lawfully hiring and terminating, handling disability and religious accommodation issues, and complying with federal, state and local statutes. She also advises clients on New York’s notice and recordkeeping requirements, including necessary documentation relating to the hire of New York employees, and on issues relating to electronic payment of wages and payroll debit cards. Ms. Brauner also prepares workplace law-related documents such as employment agreements, handbooks and policies, and severance agreements. She also conducts trainings of managers and employees on compliance with federal, state and local laws affecting the workplace including laws prohibiting employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

Gideon Moore, Managing Partner of FSB’s New York office stated, “Lisa is a tremendous addition to our team. With her background and experience on the front lines of employment law litigation, Lisa will be able to provide any company with straightforward, practical advice that they need to deal with and prepare for employment and workplace law-related issues.”

Further press inquiries can be made to Gideon Moore at (646) 719-2001 and at

© 2011 FSB FisherBroyles, a Limited Liability Partnership. These materials have been prepared for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create an attorney-client or similar relationship. Please do not send us confidential information. Whether you need legal services and which lawyer you select are important decisions that should not be based on these materials alone.

About FSB. Founded in 2002, FSB FisherBroyles is a full-service law firm of 58 lawyers with attorneys in New York, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, and Dallas. Conceived as "The Next Generation Law Firm™," FSB is the first national cloud-based law firm that has integrated the concepts of "cloud computing" and "cloud commuting" with its attorneys to create unparalleled efficiencies in the practice of law and the delivery of legal services. Such efficiencies and the elimination of unnecessary overhead, allows FSB to offer a high quality, cost-effective solution to brand-name clients such as American Express, Morgan Stanley, and Porsche, among others. In September, 2010, Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report named FSB as a Tier 1 Atlanta firm for information technology law. In June, the Atlanta Business Chronicle named FSB as one of the top law firms in Atlanta, and in November, 2010, Business to Business Magazine recognized FSB co-founders, James Fisher and Kevin Broyles, as the first founders of a law firm ever recognized by the publication to be among its Top 25 Atlanta Entrepreneurs. We believe that FSB represents the beginning of a paradigm shift in the way law will be practiced in the future.

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