Gregory Kamer Named One of the Nation's Most Powerful Employment Attorneys For Fifth Straight Year

Volume 13, Issue 13
July 8, 2014

Gregory J. Kamer, Founding Partner of Kamer Zucker Abbott, was recently selected for inclusion in "The Top 100 Most Powerful Employment Attorneys" list jointly published by Human Resource Executive® magazine (HRE) and Lawdragon. This is the fifth consecutive year Gregg has been recognized as one of the nation's most powerful employment attorneys representing corporate America.

As part of its exhaustive selection process, HRE solicited nominations for its seventh annual list of the nation's top corporate employment law attorneys and researched potential candidates in Lawdragon's extensive database. Selection criteria included the demonstration of proven leadership, the handling of recent headline clients or cases, associations in peer-selected organizations and other professional accomplishments in the areas of labor and employment law. The attorneys named to this prestigious list are included as part of HRE's June 16, 2014 cover story, "Get Ready to Rumble," posted at, as well as identified on as part of its "Guide to World-Class Employment Lawyers."

As noted by David Shadovitz, HRE Editor and Publisher, and Katrina Dewy, CEO and Publisher of Lawdragon, selection to this exclusive list of top corporate employment law attorneys "carries with it a recognition of the tremendous responsibility shouldered by our greatest lawyers in this challenging economy and changing legislative environment. Never has the task of counseling the intersection of businesses and their workers been more intense or more important."

Congratulations, Gregg, on this well-deserved honor for five year's running.

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