Randy A. Fleischer filed his first federal employment discrimination lawsuit in 1990. He knows how it feels to be a victim of discrimination as he was the plaintiff, pro se, in that lawsuit. While still in Nova Law School, Mr. Fleischer won every major motion in federal court against one of the largest labor law firms in the country, representing a national health club chain. The case was settled before Mr. Fleischer graduated law school and his practice has focused on representing victims of discrimination and civil rights abuses since 1991.
Mr. Fleischer has represented victims of discrimination based on race, religion,
national origin, age, gender, pregnancy, disability, political affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and retaliation. Recently Mr. Fleischer has represented America’s returning military in violations under USERRA. He has litigated cases against the DEA, IRS, US Post Office, Homeland Security, Attorney General, Department of Transportation, Broward County Sheriff, various municipalities, school boards, banks, restaurants, airlines, car dealerships, hospitals and other large corporations. If you have issues with local schools and your children, Mr. Fleischer can help you and your children protect your legal rights.
Mr. Fleischer provides excellent service and can review your employment contract, severance agreement or non-compete contract. He can represent you in administrative hearings, union grievance hearings, arbitrations, mediations and unemployment appeals. Once you are his client, he will answer your emails, return your messages and take your telephone calls. He is an attorney you can count on.
His leadership in the community is well-documented. Mr. Fleischer serving his five terms in twelve years as Chair of the Broward County Human Rights Board. He has served on the Broward School Board’s District Advisory Council and as Chair and Vice Chair of the School Board’s Diversity Committee. He has twice served as a Vice President of the Florida Employment Lawyers Association and served on the National Employment Lawyers Association Affiliate Relations Committee (helping to train officers of other state and local NELA chapters).
Politically active since 1996, Mr. Fleischer served as President of the Broward Young Democrats from 1999 to 2001 and as President of the Pine Island Ridge Democratic Club in 2005. Randy was the founder and President of the Davie Democratic Club and continues to serve on the Board. Elected to the Broward Democratic Executive Committee in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012. Randy was a member of the Florida Democratic Party Legal Team for those same years. Randy counted chad for two days after the 2000 election and was an elected delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 2000. Mr Fleischer ran for County Court Judge in 2006.
You can contact Mr. Fleischer via email or call his office directly to schedule an initial consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954 472 8401 for an appointment.
Areas of Practice
Civil Rights Litigation