|Of Counsel||Pepper Hamilton LLP||2009 - 2012|
|Associate||Wolf Block||2004 - 2009|
|Associate||Stroock Stroock & Lavan||2002 - 2004|
|Associate||Jackson Lewis||2000 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Association of the Bar of New York City||Member Workers Rights and Responsibilities Committee||2012 - Present|
|National Employment Lawyers Association (New York chapter)||N/A||2012 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Labor and Employment Law Section||2000 - Present|
|Pepper Hamilton||Deadline for Compliance with the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act||2011|
|Pepper Hamilton||New York Passes the Wage Theft Prevention Act, Substantially Increasing Penalties for Wage Payment Violations and Imposing Additional Obligations on Employers||2010|
|Pepper Hamilton||Whistleblower Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act Clarified by the SEC’s Proposed Rules||2010|
|Pepper Hamilton||New York State Construction Industry Fair Play Act: An End to Independent Contractors?||2009|
|Pepper Hamilton||New York’s Highest Court Limits the Out-of-State Reach of the New York City and New York State Anti-Discrimination Laws||2009|
|Pepper Hamilton||Treading Water in a Sea of Conflicting Federal and State Employment Laws||2009|
|Pepper Hamilton||Supreme Court Ruling Increases Burden on Employees in Age Discrimination Cases||2009|
|National Underwriter publication||Quoted: Supreme Court Retaliation Ruling Equals More Expensive Suits - • National Underwriter, Supreme Court Retaliation Ruling Equals More Expensive Suits - Whistleblowers have more weapons for employment cases||2009|
|Inside Counsel||Retaliation Ammunition||2008|
|Industry Week||Non-Competes Can Be Worth More Than the Paper They Are Written On||2007|
|Workforce.com||Practical Tips for Providing Post-Employment References||2007|
|Human Resources Executive||Internet Addiction: The Next Disability?||2007|
|Workforce Management Online||Troubling Legal Twist: The Interplay of Unlawful Employee Internet Use and Workplace Torts||2006|
|Metropolitan Corporate Counsel||Unlawful Employee Internet Use: Is It Your Company's Problem?||2006|
|The Legal Intelligencer||Employers, Beware: Supreme Court Decision Changes the Playing Field||2006|
|Andrews Repetitive Stress Injury Litigation Reporter||Key Second Circuit Case Broadens ADA Claims for Mental Disability But Imposes Narrow Standard for Relief||2005|
|St John's University School of Law||Cum Laude - Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|State University of New York||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1994|
|NYU Dental School||Non-Compete Agreements in the Medical and Dental Field||2012|
Posted by anonymous
After consulting with multiple lawyers regarding a very tricky employment contract, I decided to use Russell Adler and it was the best decision I made in a long time. Not only was Russell fully committed to my case, but he always found the time for me to discuss the process. He was extremely positive, attentive and thorough, all the things you'd want from your lawyer. His knowledge and breadth of the law was critical in this case, and he was able to make quick, strong decisions with successful results. I would highly recommend Russell.
Posted by D
Russ is easily the most reliable, competent and trustworthy attorney I have ever come across. Combine that with the fact he achieves results and it's no wonder why his other reviews are so great. He is an absolute beast during negotiations and he successfully got me out of a deeply disturbing situation with a bully former employer. When I felt like there was no hope with my situation, Russ was the man to save the day. He is sharp, reliable, 100% communicative and results-driven. He cares about each person's unique situation and treats you as if you're his only client. Russ knows everything inside and out pertaining to employment law and I can't recommend him highly enough! He has the perfect temperament to deal with his clients and the the right amount of assertiveness and persistence as an advocate when dealing with the opposition's lawyers. If you want results, hire Russ!
Posted by anonymous
He was very professional. Every question I asked Mr.Adler was answered quickly. I enjoyed working out the details of my situation with him because of his honesty. He was very clear on what my options were and what would be the best outcome for me as his client. I would highly recommend him to anyone with legal matter in his area of expertise.
Kevin Galbraith, Securities and investment fraud Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Russell is a deeply experienced attorney in the areas of employment and labor law. His savvy, skill and dedication to his clients have earned him the respect of his peers and the gratitude of his clients. Anytime I encounter people with employment or labor legal issues, I can enthusiastically and confidently refer them to Russell with the knowledge that they will receive top-notch representation.
Emanuel Kataev, Employment and labor Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
In the two years I have known Russell, I have learned that he is an experienced, practical, and intelligent attorney. His writing indicates his ability to convey his message simply, but effectively. When speaking, he carries an element of charisma and charm, whether he is speaking to opposing counsel in a matter or to a client, such that his arguments and position undoubtedly have merit. Above all else, Russell has shown careful regard for his ancillary - but important - position as an officer of the court with respect to ethics and professional responsibility. He never waivers in the face of doing the right thing. For those reasons, I wholeheartedly endorse Russell Adler as an experienced labor & employment law attorney.