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Since her admission to the bar, Liane Fisher has focused her practice of law on resolving workplace issues. Prior to founding Fisher Taubenfeld LLP, Fisher developed a boutique employment law practice with an emphasis on remedying discrimination, sexual harassment and wage and hour violations for employees in the workplace.
Fisher has the unique advantage of understanding employment issues and legal strategies from the employer perspective. Prior to helping employees, she represented management while working at a leading, national employment law firm where she formulated strategies to prevent and defend against litigation. She also helped achieve many notable litigation successes in state and federal court and before city, state and federal administrative agencies.
Fisher received her juris doctorate from Brooklyn Law School, where she earned the Judge Doris A. Thompson and Edward Thompson Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy after becoming a Finalist in a national trial advocacy competition. Fisher graduated cum laude from the George Washington University with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration.
Fisher has been named to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for the past 6 years as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in New York State. Each year, no more than 2.5% of the lawyers int eh state receive this honor.
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|New York Law Schools||Employment Law with a Real World Perspective||N/A|
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