With his client-centered and common-sense approach to employment law, attorney Daniel Glicker assists employers with a wide variety of legal issues.

Daniel guides clients through complex federal, state, and local employment laws and helps employers ensure that their policies and procedures comply with applicable laws and best practices. He also assists in representing management in employment-related litigation involving harassment, discrimination, or misconduct allegations and the movement of employees between competitive businesses. Clients value his attention to detail and his dedication to solving problems arising from employment relationships.

Daniel started his career with Epstein Becker Green as a summer associate in the New York office, where he worked on projects relating to wage and hour issues, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, and workplace discrimination issues. He earned a law degree from New York Law School.

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While at law school, Daniel was a Staff Editor of the New York Law School Law Review and an executive board member of the school’s Dispute Resolution Team. He also interned with the Office of the General Counsel at a private university in New York City, working on such projects as Title IX compliance and gender-based discrimination. In addition, Daniel was a New York State Pro Bono Scholar, providing pro-bono services to underrepresented individuals in the Bronx regarding divorce and custody proceedings.

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  • New York Law School (J.D., 2023)
    • Staff Editor, New York Law School Law Review
    • Community & Alumni Liaison, Dispute Resolution Team
    • New York State Pro Bono Scholar
  • California State University Northridge (B.A., 2020)

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