Alice E.Bradford


Washington + 1.202.879.4645

Alice Bradford represents employers across a broad range of labor and employment matters involving cases raised under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). She has experience in single plaintiff and multiplaintiff litigation in federal and state courts. Alice also counsels clients on issues involving internal investigations of employee complaints.

Alice maintains an active pro bono practice and provides counseling to nonprofit organizations on employment practices.


  • Withdrawing employer successfully challenges "Segal Blend"Jones Day won a complete victory for our client ConvergeOne Dedicated Services, LLC in an ERISA withdrawal liability dispute in the Southern District of New York.
  • Large logistics provider defeats DOJ immigration-related investigationJones Day obtained a declination by the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, following an investigation into alleged unfair immigration-related employment practices of its client, a large logistics provider.
  • Coalition of railroads achieve successful results in national collective bargainingJones Day was counsel for the U.S. railroad industry in one of the largest and most consequential labor matters of 2022, helping to avoid threatened work stoppages by 100,000 workers that would have gravely imperilled the U.S. economy and drew the personal attention of President Biden.
  • D.C. Retirement Board wins dismissal in whistleblower caseA D.C. Superior Court judge granted Jones Day's motion to dismiss a whistleblower action on behalf of the District of Columbia Retirement Board ("DCRB") and its Chair of the Board of Trustees, Joseph W. Clark.