About George Brenlla

George F. Brenlla concentrates his practice on labor and employment litigation with a formidable track record of litigation success in defending management clients in various trial and appellate federal and state courts and proceedings, as well as proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and other government administrative agencies. Many of these victories have been obtained at lower cost to clients through pre-trial dismissals or other advantageous resolutions.

Mr. Brenlla regularly advises local, national and international clients in commercial disputes and in employment and labor matters including issues relating to race, color, religion, age, sex, disability and national origin discrimination, wage and hour claims, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) issues, employee claims of breach of contract, defamation and other work-related tort claims.

In addition to his labor and employment practice, Mr. Brenlla has a growing commercial litigation practice. He is known for his trial advocacy and his track record in litigated cases.

Mr. Brenlla is also a sought after speaker on employment issues, alternate dispute resolution and management options during union organizing. Mr. Brenlla received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and received his B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. He is admitted to practice law in all the federal and state courts in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.