About

Andrew R. Frisch is a partner at Morgan & Morgan, one of the largest Plaintiffs’ firms in the United States.  He concentrates his legal practice on representing individuals who have been denied overtime wages and those individuals injured and disabled in accidents.  He has extensive trial experience with both jury trials and administrative hearings.  Mr. Frisch is regularly asked to co-counsel with attorneys from around the country on Collective Action and Class Action cases seeking unpaid overtime wages on behalf of aggrieved workers.  Mr. Frisch does not represent employers.

For the People

Mr. Frisch is admitted to the bar of the State of Florida (2006), Georgia (2012), New York (2001) and New Jersey (2001), as well as the U.S. District Court, Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Florida, Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of New York, District of New Jersey, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas, Middle and Northern Districts of Georgia, Eastern and Western Districts of Tennessee, District of Colorado, Eastern District of Michigan, Federal Claims Court, and the United States Court of Appeals, Third, Sixth and Eleventh Circuits.  He has also handled cases with local counsel in many other courts, including the Middle District of Tennessee, the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi, the Southern District of Ohio, the District of Connecticut, the Eastern District of Virginia and the District of Oregon, among others.

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To learn more about Andrew Frisch, visit the Morgan & Morgan website.

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