Bryan Arbeit is a Senior Associate at Wigdor LLP. Mr. Arbeit’s practice includes counseling and litigating in the areas of labor and employment law, civil rights law, appellate practice, and complex class and collective actions.
Experience and Types of Cases
Mr. Arbeit is experienced in representing a wide variety of clients in both in state and federal court and before various resolution dispute bodies. He has represented clients from a wide array of professions including individuals in the financial, corporate, sales, technology, health care, and hospitality services industries.
Prior to joining Wigdor LLP, Mr. Arbeit worked for several years at an employment law and civil rights firm in New York. During this time he successfully represented clients in various employment and civil rights matters.
Mr. Arbeit has been selected to the New York Super Lawyer’s Rising Star list for the years 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Mr. Arbeit received his B.A. from the University of Florida, cum laude, where he was a member of the Florida Blue Key, the oldest and most prestigious leadership honorary in the state of Florida. Mr. Arbeit received his J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law, graduating first in his class and receiving at graduation the award for excellence in labor and employment law courses. During law school, Mr. Arbeit was an intern for the Honorable Joseph F. Bianco, Eastern District of New York, a summer associate at a national securities litigation firm, and an advocate with the Unemployment Action Center where he represented over twenty workers in unemployment insurance benefit administrative appeals. Mr. Arbeit also served as an articles editor on the Hofstra Law Review and a member of the Hofstra Moot Court Board.
Admitted to Practice
Mr. Arbeit is admitted to practice law in both New York and New Jersey, as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, and Western District of New York.
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