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Thomas H. Andrykovitz, Esq.

Thomas H. Andrykovitz is the firm's principal attorney.


Thomas H. Andrykovitz founded the firm after nearly a decade of experience in the public and private sectors.  He served prestigious state and federal judicial clerkships before becoming a prosecutor.  After a rewarding career in public service, Mr. Andrykovitz joined a leading employment litigation firm in New York City.  His practice focuses on areas of Employment Law, Civil Rights, Crisis Management, and Criminal Defense.

Mr. Andrykovitz proudly served as a law clerk to distinguished state and federal judges.  During these years he developed unique insights into the judicial decision-making processes that are not taught in school.

As a prosecutor, Mr. Andrykovitz indicted hundreds of complex criminal cases and directed as many investigations.  His attention to detail and investigative fervor allowed him to resolve many cases before trial and confidently present many other cases to judges and juries.  Mr. Andrykovitz has leveraged this significant experience to obtain favorable results for his clients in all areas of his practice.

In private practice, Mr. Andrykovitz utilizes state and federal laws to prosecute individuals and large corporations for discrimination, harassment, accommodation, and unfair compensation practices.  He also has significant experience litigating class and collective actions on behalf of employees.

Mr. Andrykovitz frequently works with individuals and organizations facing events with consequences that can range from embarrassment to civil or even criminal liability.  Occasionally these matters require careful coordination with public relations teams and/or private investigators.  Mr. Andrykovitz’s confidential, integrated approach is tailored to each client’s needs, but often involves rapid remedial action and the development of sophisticated proactive strategy to minimize legal exposure and protect the reputation of the client.


Mr. Andrykovitz received his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, summa cum laude, from Monmouth University.  He earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law, where he served as treasurer for the Lambda Law Alliance and associate editor of the Seton Hall Circuit Review.

Mr. Andrykovitz is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the National Employment Lawyers Association.  He is admitted to practice law New York and New Jersey.

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