Amy Habib Rittling Ranked #87 on Buffalo Business First’s 2022 Power 200 Women
July 13, 2022 | Press Releases
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Lippes Mathias today announced that Amy Habib Rittling, partner and team leader of the firm’s employment practice team, has been ranked #87 on Buffalo Business First’s 2022 Power 200 – a list comprised of women in the Buffalo area whose talent and influence fuel economic, social, and cultural growth.
Amy concentrates her practice in employment and general business law and litigation. Her employment law experience includes counseling and advising employers on all aspects of employment relationships and employment practices and policies. She also regularly assists employers with workplace investigations and self-audits. Amy also represents employers before administrative agencies including the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the U.S. Department of Labor, the New York State Department of Labor and other various state, and local employment agencies. She frequently defends clients in legal claims involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, state and federal wage and hour laws, and the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
About Lippes Mathias LLP
Lippes Mathias is a full-service law firm with more than 135 attorneys serving clients regionally, nationally, and internationally. With offices in Buffalo, Albany, Rochester, Long Island, and New York, N.Y.; Greater Toronto Area; Chicago, Ill.; Jacksonville, Fla.; San Antonio, T.X.; and Washington, D.C., the firm represents publicly and privately-owned companies, private equity and venture capital firms, real estate developers, financial institutions, municipalities, governmental entities, and individuals.
Year after year, Lippes Mathias is proud to be recognized by The Best Lawyers in America®, U.S. News - Best Lawyers®, Super Lawyers and Chambers USA.
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