Amy L. Hemenway Named to Buffalo Business First’s 2024 Power 250 List

Buffalo, New York, January 10, 2024 – Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, that Amy L. Hemenway, Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s Buffalo office has been named to the prestigious Buffalo Business First Power 250 list. This marks the first year of Hemenway’s inclusion to the Power 250 ranking.

The annual Power 250 recognizes decision makers from across a wide range of business sectors in the eight county region of Western New York. Reporters and editors voted on individuals nominated online by readers, submitted in-house, and gathered from Buffalo Business First’s “Book of Lists” database.

Hemenway, a partner in the firm’s Labor & Employment practice, was named as Buffalo Partner-in-Charge in September 2023.  She joined Harter Secrest & Emery in 2004, and was elected to the firm’s partnership in 2013. Hemenway counsels national and regional employers on all aspects of employment and labor law, including contracts, wage and hour issues, discrimination and harassment matters, and conducting workplace investigations. In addition, she represents clients in individual and class action discrimination claims, collective bargaining, grievance/arbitration proceedings, and administrative proceedings and audits, including Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, United States and New York State Departments of Labor, and National Labor Relations Board proceedings.

Hemenway is recognized by Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America®, and Super Lawyers, and is the recipient of the 2021 Champions for Justice Immigration Award from the Erie County Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project.

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