Bruce A. Fredrickson is a founding member of Webster & Fredrickson, PLLC. He has 39 years of experience in the fields of employment discrimination, labor, and civil rights. He has represented employees in discrimination and harassment cases, severance negotiations, and other employment matters. He oversees the firm’s employment practice working with clients and the firm’s attorneys.
Mr. Fredrickson battled for over two decades to win the largest employment discrimination award in the history of the Civil Rights Act. The Hartman class action sex discrimination case against the Voice of America and USIA paid out over $590 million divided among 1,100 women. Mr. Fredrickson’s success earned him Trial Lawyer of the Year honors from Trial Lawyers for Public Justice and the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association.
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