Barry V. Frederick, born Mobile, Alabama. University of Alabama, B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1979; University of Alabama School of Law, Order of the Coif, Hugo Black Scholar, Dean M. Leigh Harrison Scholar, Alabama Law Review (1981-1982).
Mr. Frederick is admitted to practice before all federal district courts in Alabama, the Fourth, Eighth, Eleventh and D.C. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and all state courts in Alabama. He is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, and American Bar Association.
Mr. Frederick has been named as one of America's Best Lawyers for over two decades (1995-2017). Mr. Frederick was selected to Super Lawyers 2008-2017, named in the Best Lawyers in Alabama (2007-2014) as published in the Birmingham Magazine, and named in The Best And Brightest In Birmingham's Legal Field in the Birmingham Business Journal (2008). Mr. Frederick was the Management Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Law Committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association (1999-2000); Chair (2004-2005) and Executive Committee (2000-2005) of the Labor & Employment Law Section of the Alabama State Bar. Mr. Frederick is a member of the Employee Benefits Committee and Equal Employment Opportunity Committee of the Labor & Employment Law Section of the American Bar Association.
Mr. Frederick has tried a large variety of labor and employment law, sizable and "high profile" commercial and personal injury cases to jury verdicts and administrative trials before the National Labor Relations Board. In his thirty-two years of practice, Mr. Frederick has handled virtually every type of labor and employment law matter, ranging from resolving without publicity or litigation sexual harassment accusations against church officials to designing and implementing mandatory arbitration agreement programs at companies employing more than 13,000 employees. Mr. Frederick also has developed all other types of personnel policies and procedures and run union free campaigns for employers and handled corporate-wide FLSA and EEO litigation. He advises clients on general labor and employment law issues and has litigated all types of employment discrimination cases and ERISA claims, including breach of fiduciary duty cases.
Mr. Frederick has been a frequent speaker on a variety of labor and employment law and benefits issues, both locally and at the national level.
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