Hany S. Brollesy, Esq.

A 1994 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, Hany serves as counsel to clients in a wide range of industries including the Pharmaceutical, Accounting and Consulting, Health Care, Insurance and Construction industries. He assists large multinational clients in obtaining labor certifications, immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, adjustments of status and naturalization for employees. Hany is also experienced in IRCA’s employer sanctions, record-keeping and anti-discrimination provisions, I-9 compliance, Social Security issues, U.S. Labor Department Audits and visa options and strategies. He also handles due diligence considerations during mergers and acquisitions for multinational companies.

Since January 2013, Hany has been the principal of Brollesy Law, specializing in corporate immigration law. From 2011 through 2012, Hany was Of Counsel at Ogletree Deakins, in Raleigh, North Carolina. From 2006 to 2010, Hany was Of Counsel at Fragomen,  Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy. From 1999 to 2006, Hany was an associate and then a partner at Epstein, Becker & Green in New York. In 1998, he worked as an Employment/Immigration associate at a New Jersey law firm. Prior to that, he worked as an associate at corporate and general practice law firms in New Jersey.

Hany’s experience includes having cted as Lead Counsel in several mergers of major pharmaceutical companies and assisted In-House Counsel in implementing immigration program, and served as lead counsel on all immigration issues. He also served as counsel in an internal I-9 Audit for a major pharmaceutical company, overseeing  an audit of the company’s I-9 records and assisted in implementing new I-9 record keeping strategies.

Publications and Lectures

“The World is Flat: Business Immigration in a Global Marketplace,” Asian American Bar Association of New York, June 2012

“Immigration Enforcement Puts Business Owners and Recruiters on the Hot Seat – Even if Your Workforce is 100% Legal,”  HRNOW, The Official Publication of the New York State Society for Human Resources Management, Spring 2011

“Managing Foreign Workers in the United States” Speaker – National Employment Law Council Conference, April 2009

“Immigration Basics for Nonprofit Employers” Speaker – Pro Bono Partnership, December 9, 2008

"Immigration’s Alphabet Soup," HR Now, The Official Publication of the New York State Society for Human Resource Management, Spring 2007

“What Every Employment Lawyer Needs to Know about Corporate Immigration Law,” Speaker - National Employment Law Council Conference, April 2005

“The Tension between Law as a Business and Profession,” Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, Vol. VI, No.4, Spring, 1993

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