Conover Law Offices represents clients in civil rights, employment, consumer, commercial, and international litigation.
Our civil rights practice focuses on employment, education and police misconduct. We represent employees and students who have suffered discrimination based on race, disability, pregnancy, gender, age, religion, and national origin, and those who have exercised their rights and have been retaliated against. We handle a wide spectrum of matters from sexual harassment to breach of employment contract; from whistleblower suits to seeking reasonable accommodation of a disability; and from First Amendment violations to excessive force claims. We also represent employees and small businesses in drafting and negotiating employment contracts and severance agreements.
In our commercial and international practice we represent small businesses in contract, trade secret, and other business disputes. In addition to litigation in state and federal courts, we represent clients in international disputes, arbitrations, mediations and appeals.
Our small size and focus allow us to provide clients with individual attention, cost efficiency, and creative solutions.
345 7th Ave
New York, NY 10001
Bradford Conover has three decades of experience as a trial lawyer. Having practiced in a variety of litigation areas, he founded Conover Law Offices in 2002 to focus on civil rights law and small business commercial disputes.
Molly Smithsimon joined the firm in 2007. She is an experienced trial attorney who has tried civil rights cases before juries in federal court.
Her diverse practice at the firm includes representing individuals, classes of individuals, and companies in matters including employment discrimination; wage claims; and tort and contract disputes. She has briefed appeals in both the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the First Department Appellate Division.
She also represents executives and employees in negotiating employment contracts, severance pay, and separation agreements.
Ms. Smithsimon is a certified mediator and supports resolving litigation through alternative dispute resolution when appropriate.
Previously, Ms. Smithsimon was Director of the Tenant Advocacy Project at Community Service Society.