Aimee Bierman’s practice focuses on labor and employment litigation, employment counseling and commercial litigation. She has a broad range of experience representing corporate and governmental clients before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.
I focus my practice in two main areas:
I represent employers in a wide range of employment litigation matters, including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation and wage claims brought under various state and federal laws. I assist clients in proactively identifying and mitigating litigation risk.
I provide advice and counsel to executives, management and human resources professionals regarding policy, employee relations, discipline, termination and non-compete issues.
In the wake of the recently enacted changes to Massachusetts non-competition law, I expect to see businesses and courts grapple with impact of these reforms. As the “me too” movement continues, I anticipate that businesses will maintain their focus on training, compliance and reporting, all with an eye toward mitigating litigation risk.
Rochester Business Journal | July 10, 2020
Rochester Corporate partner Jeremy Wolk contributed this column on the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent determination—notably during Pride Month—that sexual orientation and gender identity are protected under federal law. The column was adapted from an NP alert by Rochester partner Stephanie Caffera, Providence office managing partner Andrew Prescott, Boston department attorney Aimee Bierman, and Long Island associate Christopher Moro, all of the Labor and Employment group.
University of Michigan, A.B.
Wayne State University School of Law, J.D.
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Aimee is a member of the Women’s Bar Association and the University of Michigan Alumni Association.