Joshua A. Druckerman


Mr. Druckerman joins White Harris as an Associate, bringing a fluency with communications technology, technology use, social media, and intellectual property to the firm’s employment practice.

At White Harris, Mr. Druckerman assists in representing employers in a variety of matters, including disputes involving unpaid overtime, sexual harassment, discrimination, and the payment of commissions. He also assists in drafting employment policies, employee handbooks, employment contracts, non-competition agreements, non-solicitation agreements, independent contractor agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Finally, Mr. Druckerman advises employers on best practices to protect their trade secrets and intellectual property from misappropriation by employees.

Previously, Mr. Druckerman worked for Senior District Judge Harold Baer in the Southern District of New York, where he assisted with a variety of employment law matters including wage and hour cases, ERISA class actions, and retaliation claims. He also served as a Social Media Advisor in New York Law School’s Technology Law Lab clinic, counseling both for-profit and nonprofit corporate organizations on employment matters in the electronic space.

Mr. Druckerman graduated cum laude from New York Law School, was a John Marshall Harlan Scholar, and served as an Articles Editor for both the New York Law School Law Review Editorial Board and the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession’s 2012 Review. He has written extensively on a variety of class action and collective litigation topics, including collective action waivers, wage and hour claims, and the use of defendant class actions. In addition, his Law Review note, Decertifying the Swarm: Why Defendant Class Actions and Mass BitTorrent Litigation Don’t Mix, 58 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. __, is scheduled to be published in 2014.


Tel: 212.518.3997

Fax: 212.457.6131

Professional Affiliations

• New York City Bar Association, Young Lawyers Committee

• New York State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section

Bar & Court Admissions

• State of New York

• State of New Jersey


• New York Law School, J.D.

• University of Vermont, B.A.