An associate at Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster’s Employment Law & Litigation practice group, Harris Freier was recently inducted in the 2014 Lead New Jersey (LNJ) Class. LNJ is an amalgamation of professional individuals that seek to achieve “a greater good” for the industry and communities.
Managing Partner at Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster, Brian W. Kronick spoke of the firm’s pride in Harris’s recent appointment as well as what he has achieved at the firm. He said that having a representative from the firm in LNJ is exciting. In addition, Kronick pointed out that Genova Burns has the same dedication to enhancing the quality of life and work in the state. He said that he is “confident that Harris will excel at this mission as a member of the 2014 Class in the same way he excels every day in providing the highest standards of excellence to our clients.”
Currently, as a member of the Employment Law and Appellate Practice Groups at Genova Burns, Freier specializes in employment law cases with a focus on age, disability, gender, race and religious discrimination in state and federal courts. Included in the experience he brings to the firm was his handling of two labor arbitrations for NYC, labor related matters on plant closing and relocations as well as various employee grievances. In his position he works alongside individuals such as Elnardo Webster (Partner), Rebecca Moll Freed (Counsel) and Douglas E. Solomon (Partner).