About 

BRITTANY ARGYRIOU is an associate at Outten & Golden LLP, and a member of the firm’s Whistleblower and Retaliation practice group. She represents individual employees in litigation and negotiation in all areas of employment law. Ms. Argyriou received her B.A. from Stockton University in 2013, and her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2020, where she was President of the American Constitution Society student chapter and a co-founder/Executive Officer of the National Lawyers Guild student chapter. During law school, Ms. Argyriou worked as a law clerk at Outten & Golden and participated in Seton Hall’s S.D.N.Y. Representation in Mediation and Settlement Conference Practicum, District of New Jersey Settlement Conference Practicum, and FINRA Investor Advocacy Protect clinic.

Before law school, Ms. Argyriou worked as a legal secretary at Outten & Golden. Prior to starting at Outten & Golden, she interned for Catholic Family and Community Services-Legal Services, a non-profit organization providing assistance to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival applicants, in Paterson, N.J. and at Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, LLP, a whistleblower law firm in Washington, D.C.

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Bar Admission and Professional Activity

Ms. Argyriou is admitted to practice law only in New York and New Jersey.

  • Member, American Constitution Society
  • Member, National Lawyers Guild
  • Member, Taxpayers Against Fraud
  • Member, New York State Bar Association

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Blogs & Publications

Wall Street Layoffs May Spark a Boom in Whistleblower Complaints

After a two-year hiring blitz in response to a significant increase in mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, and SPACs, Wall Street is reversing course. Over the last several months, many of the nation’s leading financial institutions have returned to their practice of annual layoffs or announced their plans to do so.

Guidance Without Protection: Restrictive Federal Court Ruling Limits Rights of New York Whistleblowers Who Report Unsafe COVID-19 Work Conditions

In an unfortunate decision for New Yorkers concerned about COVID-19 in the workplace, a federal judge recently ruled that the state’s whistleblower protection law does not apply to workers who complain about their employer’s failure to follow public health guidance.

The narrow reading of New York Labor Law Section 740 by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in HC2, Inc. v. Delaney could have a chilling effect on workers who have legitimate COVID-related concerns about returning to the workplace while the virus remains a threat to their health.

Preventing Medical Billing Fraud by Protecting Whistleblowers

The COVID-19 crisis has shed light on the many everyday heroes that have helped patients, neighbors, and communities survive the coronavirus. In the shadows, however, lurk opportunists taking advantage of the outbreak – including healthcare providers and medical suppliers tasked with saving lives. Just like first responders, doctors, and nurses, whistleblowers who call out fraudulent billing practices during the pandemic are heroic, too.

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Awards & Recognition

2023: Super Lawyers – Rising Star

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