- Labor and Employment
- Americans with Disabilities Act - ADA
- Collective Bargaining and Arbitration
- College and University Law
- Education Law
- Employment Litigation and Counseling
- Jury Trials
- Labor Strikes
- Private School Law
- Union Campaigns and Elections
|University ||Yale University, New Haven, CT, B.A.|
|Law School||University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, J.D., cum laude|
|Admitted||1969, Pennsylvania; U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania|
Published extensively, and lectured, on the ADA. His articles have appeared in Personnel Journal, Focus Magazine, The ABA Journal, The Legal Intelligencer, The Hospital Personnel Reporter, The New Jersey Law Journal and The Journal of Law and Education
Active member of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section and the Pennsylvania Bar Association
Freedley Hunsicker is Senior Counsel in the Philadelphia office. He represents employers in a broad range of labor and employment issues including union organizing, discrimination, wrongful discharge and sexual harassment litigation, collective bargaining, labor arbitration and counseling on regulatory issues.
Freed combines his understanding of employment law with years of experience in state and federal court litigation, as well as administrative proceedings, defending employers in cases alleging race, sex, age and disability discrimination; sexual harassment; defamation; and wrongful discharge.
Freed also maintains a traditional labor practice. He represents employers in union organizing campaigns, unfair labor practice charges, and labor arbitrations. He practices before the National Labor Relations Board, negotiates collective bargaining agreements and has particular experience in the health care, education, service and manufacturing industries.
He also has experience with secondary boycotts and construction industry labor disputes. Freed has an extensive practice in disability discrimination, including both litigation and counseling.
Freed is regularly named in Best Lawyers in America and Who's Who in America. He is co-author of NLRB Remedies for Unfair Labor Practices (2d ed. 1986) (University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, Industrial Research Unit). Freed practices extensively in the field of higher education and contributes regularly to The Journal of Law and Education. He is AV Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
“Northwestern Football Players' Unionization Remains Long Shot” - The Legal Intelligencer - May 5, 2014
“Learning Disabilities, Law Schools and the Lowering of the Bar” - 42 South Texas Law Review, No. 1 - Winter 2000
“Ten Significant Labor and Employment Law Developments in Higher Education in the 1990's and Five to Look for in the Coming Decade” - 29 Journal of Law and Education 343 - July 2000
“The Accommodations of Writing Disorders in Law School: A Lawyer's View” - 27 Journal of Law and Education 621 - October 1998
“A Constitutional Right to Party?” - 21 Journal of Law and Education 205 - Spring 1992
“Ready or Not: The ADA” - Personnel Journal - August 1990
“Confusion Over Disabilities” - Focus - May 30, 1990
“NLRB Remedies for Unfair Labor Practices” - co-authored with Jonathan Kane and Peter Walther - Wharton Press - 1985
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