Bailey & Ehrenberg Attorney Noah Peters Voted “Runner Up”

by James Charles Bailey on Jul. 12, 2018


Summary: Bailey & Ehrenberg Attorney Noah Peters Voted “Runner Up” in the Washington City Paper’s “Best of D.C.” Readers’ Poll for “Best Lawyer”

The Firm is pleased to announce that Firm counsel Noah Peters was voted “Runner Up” in the category of “Best Lawyer” in Washington City Paper’s “Best of D.C.” Readers’ Poll. The Readers’ Poll recognizes a wide range of outstanding goods and services in the Washington, D.C. area.

Noah represents individuals and businesses in a broad range of Labor & Employment matters. He focuses his practice on litigation under federal, state and local anti-discrimination and wage-and-hour laws, including claims of race, gender, age, and disability discrimination. He also helps businesses in drafting employee handbooks, severance agreements, operating agreements, and other corporate matters. His clients appreciate his vigorous advocacy, keen insight into litigation strategy, and the high degree of personalized attention to each individual case that he provides.

Prior to joining the Firm, Noah worked at a large commercial law firm in New York City and clerked for a federal judge. He writes frequently on Labor & Employment issues. Noah would like to thank his friends and clients for their support in earning this recognition.

The experienced attorneys at Bailey & Ehrenberg PLLC handle a wide variety of employment discrimination claims in litigation, and also provide counseling on employment law issues. We can be contacted via or at 202-331-1331. This article is not intended to constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon for that purpose.

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