Andrew S. Abramson

Andrew S. Abramson

Abramson Employment Law LLC
  • Employment Law, Civil Rights, Arbitration & Mediation
  • New Jersey, Pennsylvania
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Andrew S. Abramson has been practicing law since 1989. In 1995 Mr. Abramson realized a life long dream to start his own law firm whree he concentrates his practice in employment law, helping employees fight unfair practices by their employers such as discrimination based upon age, race, sex, religion and national origin, sexual harassment, overtime and unpaid wage disputes and violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Mr. Abramson also represents clients in unemployment compensation claims, severance agreements, executive employment contracts and disability and pension benefit claims. Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Abramson was employed by a large center city Philadelphia law firm, Hoyle, Morris and Kerr, where his typical client was a large national corporation and he was involved in litigating cases with teams of attorneys throughout the United States

Practice Areas
  • Employment Law
  • Civil Rights
  • Arbitration & Mediation
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    We offer a variety of fee arrangements which accomodate our clients' needs.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
3rd Circuit
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Abramson Employment Law LLC
Temple University Beasley School of Law
J.D. / Law
The George Washington University Law School
B.B.A. / Marketing (1986)
Honors: Honors: Summa Cum LaudeMajor: Marketing
2012 President's Award
Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund
Super Lawyer - Plaintiff Employment Litigation
Super Lawyers
AV Rating
Professional Associations
Philadelphia Bar Association
Montgomery County Bar Association
Pennsylvania State Bar
National Employment Lawyers Association
Temple Law School Alumni Association
Whitpain Recreation Association
Baseball, basketball and soccer coach
- Current
New Jersey State Bar # 019331989
- Current
Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund of Ambler Pa
Articles & Publications
Employee Discrimination Reporter Blog
Andrew S. Abramson Esq.
Speaking Engagements
Making Cents of Wage & Hour Laws, 22nd Annual Employment Law Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Legal Answers
21 Questions Answered

Q. Connecticut vs NJ employment law
A: As a general proposition, the employee-employer relationship would be governed by the laws of the state where you are employed. Thus, if the majority of your work was performed out of your home in New Jersey, then New Jersey law would apply. However, an employer can control which state's law applies to the employee-employer relationship. If there is an agreement by contract or some other written document that provides for some other state's law to apply, it is possible that Connecticut law could apply.
Q. I'm a chha. My hours are over 40 each week. I'm not paid over time. What are the rules?
A: If the "agency" is the employer that pays you and weekly hours add up to over 40, you may be entitled to overtime pay for each work hour over 40. More information is needed including a description of your duties in each position and your rate of pay. Please feel free to contact me directly to review all facts.
Q. Can I sue under FMLA or ADA? Job description, duties & schedule changed after coming back from lung cancer surgery &
A: You may ultimately have claims under the FMLA and possibility for disability discrimination. It is critical that you consult with an experienced employment law attorney to review of all facts concerning your situation to develop a course of action. strategy while you are out on leave. Feel free to contact our office. Andrew Abramson
Q. What can I do about wrongful termination? Can I get in contact with someone to actually discuss all the details?
A: Please contact our office at 267/470-4743 and we will discuss and evaluate your situation.
Q. I am owed commissions for jobs i brought in. I get paid when the company gets paid. What happens if i quit before paid?
A: In situations where a Pennsylvania employee is no longer employed when commission payments would otherwise be due, entitlement to the commissions is a matter of the employer's written policy. If the employer has a policy that you must still be employed in order to receive the commissions the law provides that such a policy is valid. If there is no such policy, you may be entitled to the commissions depending on the facts of a particular situation.
Q. can I file a workman compensation or sue the employer what are my options
A: This is a clear workers compensation case. You need to speak to an experienced workers compensation attorney as soon as possible. I highly recommend Marla Joseph who can be reached at 2215-884-6664, or Andrew Abramson
Q. I feel like I am being harassed in a sexual way by someone who is frequently at my work, but they are not an employee
A: While sexual harassment claims typically involve another employee/manager that works for the employer, there are circumstances in which an employer can be held responsible for sexually harassing conduct by a non-employee. In this type of situation, it is critical to speak to an experienced employment law attorney as soon as possible. Feel free to contact our firm to discuss the situation further. Andrew S. Abramson, Esq Abramson Employment Law, LLC 790 Penllyn Blue Bell Pike - Suite 205 Blue Bell, PA 19422 telephone: 267-470-4742 telecopy: 267-470-4754 email: web:
Q. My employer owes me thousands in back wages. I am also owed more money for buying material. How do I get my money?
A: Assuming that you work in Pennsylvania you may have a claim for up to 125% of the amount of wages due plus attorneys' fees and costs. Feel free to contact our office to provide more information. Andrew S. Abramson, Esq. Abramson Employment Law, LLC 790 Penllyn Blue Bell Pike - Suite 205 Blue Bell, PA 19422 telephone: 267-470-4742 email: web: .
Q. My husband's employment agency is playing games with his continued employment at Amazon, what can we do?
A: The facts that you detail could support a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relatins Act depending on how the situation plays out. Feel free to contact our office to provide further details for assessment.
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Abramson Employment Law LLC
790 Penllyn Blue Bell Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Telephone: (267) 470-4742
Fax: (267) 470-4754