Employment and Immigration

The full guide to the leading employment and immigration law firms.

The following law firms boast an exceptional contingent of leaders, who are recognised for their abilities to advise on complex transactional and contentious employment matters, or for their abilities to counsel on the myriad of legal, regulatory and policy matters related to corporate immigration.

1 Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy

2 Morgan Lewis & Bockius

3 Berry Appleman & Leiden

4 Littler Mendelson

5 Seyfarth Shaw

6 Proskauer Rose

7 Paul Hastings

8 Laura Devine Solicitors

9 Wolfsdorf Rosenthal

10 Foster

11 Lewis Silkin

12 Klasko Immigration Law Partners

13 Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart

14 Sagardoy Abogados

15 Claeys & Engels

16 Fisher & Phillips

17 Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

18 Jackson Lewis

19 Baker & McKenzie

20 Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy, our corporate immigration firm of the year, provides a wealth of expertise in legal, regulatory and policy matters. Established in 1951 with a focus on immigration law, the firm retains its competitive edge by ensuring its clients receive the “highest standard” of service from its lawyers who are spread across the firm’s offices in 21 countries covering North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Fragomen’s latest office opening is in Kenya in order to better serve its clients in the region.

The scale of the practice is “unrivalled” and we list 34 lawyers in our corporate immigration research. Austin Fragomen Jr in New York is a “sensational” adviser who has testified before Congress on a range of immigration issues. Michael Patrick focuses his practice on risk management for global immigration programmes and is chair of the EB-5 working group committee. In Atlanta, Daryl Buffenstein is an “outstanding” individual who is deemed a “font of knowledge” on immigration matters. The wide scope of his practice also earns him a feature in our Management Labour and Employment edition. Cynthia Lange leads the firm’s high-tech practice in California and is also a member of the firm’s executive committee. She is lauded as “an authority” on business immigration matters including worldwide immigration compliance programmes. Bo Cooper in Washington, DC leads the government strategies and compliance group at the firm and is a “great strategist”. His clients include companies, hospitals, research institutions, schools and universities. Sydney-based Robert Walsh is the regional managing partner Asia-Pacific and as such is responsible for the strategic direction and operations of the firm’s offices in the region. His practice concentrates on advising companies in the financial services, mining and resources, information technology and telecommunications, retail, science and engineering, and health sectors. 

Morgan Lewis & Bockius has an “established” labour, employment and benefits practice comprised of more than 330 lawyers throughout offices in the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The broad practice encompasses immigration, litigation and arbitration, labour relations, ERISA, retirement plans, class actions and whistle-blowing.

Mark Zelek in Miami leads the firm’s global labour and immigration practice advising clients on Latin American and Puerto Rican labour law. His practice also covers employee benefits counselling, litigation and whistle-blower and trade secret matters. DC-based Grace Speights garners praise for her discrimination work; she defends clients against claims in public accommodations, and also advises on best practices for corporate diversity initiatives. Mark Dichter is one of the most highly regarded lawyers in our international research. He earns recognition for his “phenomenal” practice and “strategic thinking”. Clients “cannot recommend him highly enough”. Charles Cohen specialises in collective bargaining issues, labour and employee relations and union representation matters. He has a “resolute focus” and extensive experience in advising companies through significant labour-related challenges.

The firm also provides “stellar” corporate immigration advice; Eric Bord, Eleanor Pelta and James Vázquez-Azpiri are all highly recommended. 

Founded in 1980 in San Francisco, Berry Appleman & Leiden specialises in immigration law. It has since expanded its geographic reach across the US as well as adding offices in Geneva, London, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney. Most recently the firm announced its plans to open a Boston office in 2015 to further the firm’s reach in the Northeast of the US.

The California office remains one of the firm’s strongest offices and is home to a number of “stars” including Warren Leiden, counsel to the national steering committee of Compete America, the national business immigration coalition. Founding partner Jeff Appleman is well known for his “first-class litigation skills” and has litigated in a number of cases including the landmark case of Mindseye v INS. Fellow founding partner David Berry is a “top-notch” lawyer who currently focuses on helping companies optimise their worldwide immigration programmes. Managing partner of the Houston office Shawn Orme deals with the immigration-related aspects of corporate mergers and acquisitions and is a “highly deserving inclusion”. Lynden Melmed divides his time between the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC offices; he has experience in the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. He is considered an “expert” by many who also observe that he “definitely knows his stuff”. In the Northern Virginia office, Liane Cooney’s practice covers both non-immigrant and immigrant business visa issues and she is a “dominant player” in the field. Michelle Funk advises clients on all aspects of the immigration process and enjoys a “great reputation”. In Brazil, Daniela Lima is an “excellent attorney” and is the practice director and Latin American regional migration manager in the São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro offices.

Employment boutique Littler Mendelson is a “force to be reckoned with” in the sector. The recipient of our award for the fourth year running, the firm has established an “unrivalled reputation” in handling labour and employment matters across its US and global offices.

Global practice chair Peter Susser is based in the DC office and designs and implements human resources policies for global employers. In New York, Philip Berkowitz is a “pleasure to work with”, according to our sources. He advises multinationals and domestic companies in a wide range of employment-related matters including benefits and executive compensation. Johan Lubbe is “consistently impressive” and provides strategic advice and counselling on labour relations, standards compliance and data privacy matters. Based in the Dallas office, Michael Royal has over 20 years of experience representing regional, national and international clients in multiparty complex and class action litigation in state and federal courts. Terri Solomon is also recommended for her wide-ranging labour and employment practice. In Chicago, Barry Hartstein is “outstanding” with particular expertise dealing with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on both a local and national level. Grady Murdock is a “very fine” lawyer who represents clients in the transportation, health care, retail, distribution and manufacturing industries.

Based in Mexico City, Oscar De la Vega Gomez is consistently recognised as one of the leading figures in the field. He is praised for his “top-notch” consulting and litigation services to major multinationals. Alongside him, Enrique García Conde is experienced in negotiating collective agreements with unions at a regional level.

Seyfarth Shaw has a “market leading reputation” in the labour and employment, and immigration fields. Its labour and employment practice is home to more than 380 lawyers and the firm aims to provide a cost-effective and high-quality service to clients. With 14 offices in the US, London, Shanghai, Sydney and Melbourne, the firm’s lawyers are on hand to assist clients in all their legal needs.

Camille Olson is a “leading light” in the employment litigation field. Her trial experience includes a number of “bet the company” harassment, discrimination, independent contractor and wage and hour cases. Gerald Maatman Jr is an “internationally renowned” practitioner who has successfully defended one of the largest age discrimination collective actions ever brought in Illinois. Marshall Babson’s “first-rate” practice includes counselling employers on the acquisition, consolidation and reorganisation of unionised and non-unionised businesses. Bradford Livingston is “renowned” for his practice encompassing collective bargaining negotiations and unfair labour matters. In Los Angeles, the “brilliant” Jeffrey Berman has a wide-ranging practice, including defending employer-clients in wrongful termination, employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. Chair of the national wage and hour litigation practice group Richard Alfred is “valued” by clients for his “no-nonsense approach” in complex and high-stakes litigation. In the London office, Peter Talibart is a “trusted adviser” for clients including major multinationals and financial institutions. He advises on all aspects of UK and cross-border employment law. Danny Perry, managing partner of the Australian offices, is “highly proficient” in executive contracts and remuneration matters.

Angelo Paparelli is an “absolute legend” at Seyfarth Shaw where he is a partner in the business immigration practice group and has a wide-ranging immigration practice. According to sources he is a “great resource” on a number of complex immigration matters, and is among our most highly nominated practitioners. 

Established in 1875 in New York City, Proskauer Rose represents many of the world’s top companies, financial institutions, investment funds, not-for-profit organisations and government entities. The firm’s labour and employment department handles litigation, counselling work and traditional labour relations and collective bargaining matters. Adding to the firm’s strength in this field is the background of its lawyers, many of whom are former government officials.

Howard Shapiro is a “guru” of the field and is highly regarded for his Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) litigation practice. In New York Erika Collins is a “well-known” figure. She represents both US and non-US employers on a range of cross-border employment and human resources matters. Zachary Fasman is “very active” in the traditional labour law space and advises clients on labour-management relations and counselling. Lloyd Chinn is co-head of the whistle-blowing and retaliation group and he has a “wealth of experience” representing businesses in matters involving Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank whistle-blower claims. Paul Salvatore is a “top name” for employment issues in industries such as construction and real estate. Head of the labour and employment group in Los Angeles Anthony Oncidi represents employers and management in all aspects of labour relations. London-based Daniel Ornstein co-heads the international labour and employment group. His experience encompasses multi-jurisdictional matters and he is “highly rated” for his litigation and advisory skills. In Paris, Yasmine Tarasewicz concentrates on French and European labour law and litigation for a number of international clients.

Head of the immigration and nationality group David Grunblatt advises a range of industries on immigration law issues assisting with policies and programmes, as well as advising on the I-9 programme. 

Noted for its “exceptional” practice in labour and employment Paul Hastings represents clients in all types of employment issues including wage and hour, EEOC, restrictive covenants, labour management issues, employee benefits and ERISA litigation and international employment issues. Its recent successes include representing American Airlines in labour negotiations in bankruptcy as the company sought to reduce labour costs by more than $1 billion annually.

Los Angeles-based Nancy Abell is an “excellent strategist in class actions” according to our sources. She works exclusively in employment litigation represents employers in discrimination and wage and hour class actions. Colleague Paul Grossman represents major private employers in all aspects of employment law, including class actions, wage and hour, wrongful discharge, discrimination, sexual harassment and whistle-blower cases. Kirby Wilcox in San Francisco is a “formidable litigator” who has defended dozens of equal employment opportunity and wage and hour class actions. Barbara Brown in Washington, DC is an “esteemed” lawyer representing employers in discrimination class actions challenging pay, promotion, hiring and other personnel decisions. Deborah Sankowicz in Paris has over 20 years’ experience and offers counsel and litigation on a full range of matters. She recently advised Coop Alsace on the employment aspects of its sale of 128 stores to Carrefour. 

With offices in London and New York, Laura Devine Solicitors is a boutique immigration firm with a “sterling reputation”. The firm comprises of 55 staff as well as four partners, and is known for providing advice on immigration issues affecting individual and corporate clients across a number of industries.

Laura Devine is the principal of the firm, and a “heavyweight” in the field. She is both an English solicitor and US attorney. Peers praise her “sophisticated handling” of complex matters. Sophie Barrett-Brown heads the UK practice and specialises in UK business immigration and nationality law, as well as EU free movement law. She is “spectacular” according to sources who praise her for being “highly creative” and “effective”.

In New York, Anastasia Tonello is global head of the US immigration team and managing partner of the New York office. Her practice focuses on advising clients on the commercial and practical issues facing overseas businesses as they expand into the US. She is “very commercial” and a “great tactician”. 

Wolfsdorf Rosenthal is home to our corporate immigration lawyer of the year, Bernard Wolfsdorf. An immigration focused law firm, it consists of 21 lawyers providing “first-rate advice”. Wolfsdorf is the managing partner of the firm and is “internationally renowned” for his practice in the field. 

Avi Friedman assists clients with non-immigrant visa applications at US consular posts worldwide and handles family-based immigrant petitions, naturalisation applications, investor visa applications, J-1 waivers and immigrant and non-immigrant petitions for international medical graduate physicians. Cliff Rosenthal specialises in business, entertainment and family immigration law and is a “top talent” in the sector.

New York-based Naveen Rahman Bhora is the managing partner of the office and advises on “cutting edge issues”. Clients praise her “solutions-oriented approach” and “bespoke solutions”. She has a particular expertise in extraordinary/exceptional ability and outstanding researcher/professor matters and represents physicians, registered nurses and allied healthcare workers among others. 

A global immigration law firm, Foster specialises in providing clients with a responsive and personalised service. The firm’s lawyers are “distinguished individuals” in the market each frequently speaking on immigration issues and the impact of new laws and regulations. Recently the firm has expanded its EB-5 immigrant investor practice due to increasing demand from Chinese, Middle Eastern and Latin American investors.

Chairman of the firm Charles Foster is a “fabulous” specialist with over 40 years’ experience in law. Austin-based Robert Loughran recently testified before the Texas Senate Subcommittee on border security. He is a “revered practitioner” who is “highly sought after” by clients. Ryan Chargois, whom sources describe as “truly amazing” is a “top choice” in the field, while Gary Endelman is a “go-to” lawyer who has authored several hundred articles in leading immigration publications. Avalyn Castillo Langemeier assists employers in obtaining work visas and permanent residence as well as conducting I-9 audits and training workshops. 

With 23 partners and 80 lawyers, the employment practice at Lewis Silkin is “highly ranked” for its expertise in employment, pensions and benefits, investigations and data privacy.

The practice is jointly led by Michael Burd and James Davies. Burd is a “doyen” of the bar with expertise in high-level disputes, departures and business transfers. Davies enjoys a “high profile” in the field with a particular expertise in advising law firms on their internal employment and partnership issues.

Toni Lorenzo is praised for his “great communication skills” and expertise in the Latin American region. Russell Brimelow is described as a “master” in the field and is experienced in senior terminations, restructurings and TUPE transfers.

Steven Lorber advises on all employment matters from hiring to discrimination and whistle-blowing claims, while Hannah Price is best known for her work on complex HR issues and employment tribunal cases. Ellen Temperton is recommended for her work on employment litigation including restrictive covenants, team moves, garden leave and confidential information. 

At Klasko Immigration Law Partners the focus is on providing “creative solutions to complex problems”. The firm has three offices in Philadelphia, New York and Chicago and its lawyers are “high profile” figures in the industry. The firm’s work includes a full range of immigration matters and it continues to expand with the recent hire of five additional lawyers in Philadelphia.

Head of the firm Ronald Klasko is a “superb” practitioner who has practised immigration law exclusively for over three decades; he is one of our most highly regarded lawyers this year. William Stock advises small and medium-sized companies as well as multinational corporations in obtaining employment and family based visas, resolving citizenship issues and obtaining naturalisation, and by defending clients in DHS and department of labour enforcement proceedings. Elise Fialkowski assists US and international corporate clients who seek to hire or transfer foreign employees and her advice is regarded as “first rate”.

Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart enjoys a “strong reputation” in the employment and immigration fields. A specialist firm, clients benefit from its lawyers’ “depth of experience” and its “global reach”. Examples of the firm’s work include advising on Europe-wide redundancy programmes, business immigration, social media, whistle-blowing and termination and settlement agreements.

The “eminent” Thomas Barnard has significant experience in complex litigation, collective bargaining and arbitrations. Of counsel Steven Hymowitz is based in New Orleans and is “revered” for his experience in the field. Mark Mallery is praised for his “solutions-oriented approach” and handles both complex disputes and traditional labour matters. In Austin, Michael Fox is a “dean of the bar” with over 35 years of experience. His significant experience includes successfully defending the first male on male sexual harassment case tried to a Texas jury. Houston-based Jeffrey Londa is a “top choice” for clients including public entities, and is renowned for his litigation, class action and collective bargaining experience. Keith Frazier is a “star” in Nashville. His practice concentrates on litigation under the Fair Labour Standards (FLSA) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Acts. In DC, Harold Coxson’s practice focuses on traditional labour law and international labour relations. The Atlanta office fields the “outstanding” Homer Deakins who has handled several of the largest and most highly publicised union elections in the US.

Leigh Ganchan is a “revered” immigration specialist having served tenure as an assistant district counsel for the US immigration and naturalisation service. Sarah Hawk has vast experience in immigration issues, while Jay Ruby focuses on employment-based immigration matters. 

Sagardoy Abogados is an employment and labour law-focused firm in Spain with more than 50 lawyers dedicated to the area. The firm’s services cover employment law, immigration, redundancy plans, corporate restructuring, compliance, benefits and pensions, collective bargaining and occupational risk prevention.

Iñigo Sagardoy is recommended for his corporate immigration and employment law practices. Based in Madrid, he has an “exceptional reputation” for providing “high-quality advice” that is “bespoke to individual clients’ needs”. Román Gil specialises in contentious matters representing clients in Spain’s labour and employment courts. Martín Godino is noted for his “strong command of the law” while José Manuel Martín is considered an “authority” on employment and social security issues.

Ana Garicano is noted for her work on immigration and expatriation issues and is considered “world class”. 

Established in 2001, Claeys and Engels has a “prominent position” in the Belgian market advising on a full range of labour and employment matters.

Chris Engels is particularly well known for dismissal law and transfer of undertakings. He enjoys a “stellar reputation” in the market and is “highly sought after”. Olivier Wouters concentrates on dismissals, business reorganisations, collective bargaining and strikes as well as legal proceedings concerning these areas. Sophie Maes advises national and international clients on employment, labour and social security law and works on many transnational employment projects. She is “diligent” and “highly effective”.

Ghent-based Bart Vanschoebeke is an “expert” in labour law and social security matters and is praised as a “great operator”. Inger Verhelst in Antwerp is the “go-to lawyer” for matters relating to violence and harassment at work as well as discrimination in employment relations. Dieter Dejonghe in Kortrijk is a “hard-working lawyer” who is “always responsive”, while Olivier Debray garners recognition for his benefits and compensation expertise as well as his litigation “prowess”. Jean-Paul Lacombe is based in the firm’s Liege office from where he advises on business restructurings and transfer of undertakings. 

Fisher & Phillips is a national law firm in the US focused on solving labour and employment problems. The firm consists of 300 lawyers spread across its 30 offices and it represents employers in a whole range of industries and sectors.

With almost four decades of experience, Robert McCalla is “highly regarded” for his extensive trial experience in jury and non-jury discrimination cases. He operates from the firm’s New Orleans office working alongside office managing partner Keith Pyburn. Pyburn is a “well-known leader in the field” whose legal career spans four decades. 

The “outstanding” Christopher Stief in the Philadelphia office represents employers in a range of labour and employment matters focusing specifically on employee defection and recruitment. He also chairs the firm’s employee defection and trade secrets practice group. In Kansas City, J Randall Coffey is a “consummate expert” who represents management and employers in state and federal courts throughout the US. The “highly respected” Joseph Ambash in Boston boasts specific expertise in employment discrimination and wrongful discharge litigation as well as preventative labour relations.

Orrick boasts a prominent employment practice worldwide, with more than 60 lawyers globally focusing on this area of specialisation. The firm has a particular focus on serving companies in the technology, energy and financial sectors.

Gary Siniscalco is one of the most highly nominated lawyers in our research with clients praising his “unparalleled abilities” in the area of complex employment litigation and advisory matters. Joining him in the San Francisco office is the “highly sought after” Patricia Gillette whose practice focuses on all aspects of employment law. Chair of Orrick’s global employment law practice Michael Delikat represents a range of corporations in all aspects of labour and employment law; he also boasts an active trial, arbitration and appellate practice. He is joined in New York by Jill Rosenberg, a “trusted adviser” in discrimination, sexual harassment, whistle-blowing, wrongful discharge and traditional labour-related cases. In Silicon Valley, Lynne Hermle has a “strong track record” of jury trial wins and has represented large employers in wage-and-hour class actions including major retailers and technology companies.

Julie Totten, partner in charge of Orrick’s employment law group in Sacramento, is particularly famed for representing employers in complex cases, including wage-and-hour class and collective actions, EEO claims and claims involving breach of contract and wrongful termination. Moscow-based Olga Anisimova represents clients in an array of domestic disputes for general commercial clients particularly in the gas and oil industry sectors.

Jackson Lewis boasts over 800 legal experts who are dedicated to representing company management exclusively in workplace law. The firm’s current caseload is over 6,500 litigations and approximately 650 class actions.

Teresa Valderrama is a shareholder in the Houston office. She has a “strong” management-side employment law practice focusing particularly on wage and hour matters, the FLSA and corporate investigations. For more than 35 years, the “formidable” Richard Cohen has represented employers in federal and state courts and before administrative law judges on a variety of litigation matters. From the New York office, John Sander leads the international employment issues practice group and specialises in cross-border labour and employment matters for multinational clients. With almost 40 years of experience representing managers in all areas of labour and employment law, Gary Moss boasts a “sterling reputation” for his work in this area. Susan McKenna, a shareholder in the Florida office, represents employers in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies. 

Hailed as a “standout” practitioner, David Nagle counsels and represents employers in a wide range of workplace issues including employment discrimination, wage payment disputes, wrongful discharge and breach of contract. Dan Hartsfield has practised at the firm for over 25 years specialising in the representation of management in individual, class and collective actions under SOX, Title VII, ADEA, ADA and FLSA. Patrick Mullin in San Francisco has served as lead trial counsel in over 60 jury and non-jury trials in courts of unlimited jurisdiction. The “first-rate” Samantha Hoffman manages the Orange County office advising management and counsel on a wide range of employment issues as well as litigating single and multi-plaintiff cases in both state and federal courts and in arbitration. In Austin, Kevin Lashus focuses on corporate employment verification compliance and inbound business immigration. Amy Peck in Nebraska is a “leading authority” on immigration law.

Baker & McKenzie’s employment, labour and benefits department boasts more than 500 qualified lawyers in 47 countries providing legal services from recruitment to retirement. In addition, the firm’s global immigration and mobility practice has helped companies to navigate immigration regulations and other issues involved in global mobility for over 50 years.

Leading experts include Fermín Guardiola, head of the labour and employment practice group in Madrid. With over 20 years of experience, he is a “major player” in matters relating to collective labour negotiations and litigation. Burkard Göpfert in the Munich office is “extremely active” in the field while John Evason manages the employment team in London specialising in strategic matters including advising on senior executive’s dismissals and boardroom disputes, large global reorganisations, employment litigation, union issues and industrial action. He is joined in London by “well-known” immigration expert Tony Haque.

In Chicago, Robert Mignin has an “encyclopaedic knowledge” of employment, labour and litigation matters throughout the US, including administrative proceedings before the EEOC, NLRB, DOL, OFCCP and state agencies. Carlos Andrés Arturo Dodds receives widespread praise for his “prestigious practice” which sees him handling employment contracts, litigation, workers compensation, social security and pension funds and labour-related litigation. He heads the firm’s labour practice group in Buenos Aires. Immigration specialist Pamela Mafuz helped to develop the immigration practice in the Madrid office and integrate it within the labour department. She specialises in expatriation and impartation matters and is highly experienced in international employment and social security issues. 

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has a combined employment, pensions and benefits practice that helps clients navigate domestic and international issues, with an emphasis on EU legislation. The lawyers have particular experience in setting up pension schemes; restructuring pension arrangements; merging and winding up schemes; and pension disputes – as well as employee share options; incentive schemes; executive incentives and management buy-outs.

Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt deals with highly sensitive employment issues advising a broad range of German companies and multinationals within the services, media, consumer and health-care sectors. Raquel Flórez is head of the employment, pensions and benefits practice in Spain and a “top expert” in the field. Flórez and her team advise on all employment-related and pensions issues while guiding their clients through the complexities of Spanish employment law. Caroline Stroud is “highly esteemed” by her clients. She leads the global practice group of the employment, pensions and benefits team, and co-heads the London employment team. Kathleen Healy, based in London and Hong Kong, earns plaudits for her “strategic approach” to complex employment matters specifically with financial institutions and international clients in the UK. Nicholas Squire is revered for providing “invaluable advice” in employee benefits, share scheme and pensions issues.

We recognise Luca Capone, head of an eight-strong team of employment specialists in Milan, for his “wide-ranging knowledge” of the complexities involving termination of managing directors and managers’ contracts and large-scale redundancies particularly in the financial, pharmaceutical and services sectors. The “formidable” Stefan Köck in Vienna advises clients on complicated transactions such as cross-border mergers and acquisitions and large infrastructure projects. Thomas Müller-Bonanni is a partner in the employment, pensions and benefits department in Düsseldorf. He ranks highly for advising clients on the complete range of individual and collective labour laws with specific expertise in designing complex remuneration systems. In Tokyo, Kazuki Okada is “strongly recommended” for his litigation practice and experience in various disputes between international companies. 

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