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ETHAN A. BRECHER, ESQ.,  is the founding and managing partner of the Law Office of Ethan A. Brecher, LLC. 

Mr. Brecher has been practicing law for 33 years.

Respect for the rule of law and justice, professionalism, civility and ethical conduct will guide Mr. Brecher as he represents each client, to whom he serves as both advocate and counselor.  Mr. Brecher believes that his clients should have in him no better friend, and their adversary no worse opponent.

Whether a client’s case is one to be tried to conclusion or settled through negotiation, Mr. Brecher will endeavor to provide each client with clear and unvarnished advice based on the particular facts and circumstances of each client’s situation.

For employees who have been wronged or who are due compensation from their employer, Mr. Brecher will devote himself to recovering for those individuals what their former employers fairly and appropriately owe them.

For businesses that are due money, Mr. Brecher will work diligently to secure what they are entitled to receive.

Over his 33 years of practicing law, Mr. Brecher has tried and settled numerous cases that have resulted in tens of millions of dollars of recoveries for his clients.

Mr. Brecher generally charges hourly for his time, but in appropriate situations, Mr. Brecher will accept cases on a total or partial contingency-fee basis.  All fee arrangements are tailored specifically to the particular facts and circumstances of each client’s case.

Mr. Brecher was named a New York Super Lawyer in 2009-2011 and 2013-2024.  Mr. Brecher was elected on January 18, 2013 as a member of The American Law Institute (ALI).   He was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Pro Bono Panel for a three year term ending August 27, 2015.

Mr. Brecher is a member of the New York and Connecticut Bars.

Mr. Brecher is also an arbitrator and is a member of the American Arbitration Association's Employment Arbitration panel.


J.D., New York University School of Law, 1991
A.B., Cornell University, 1988
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