Zachary Aman

Associate Attorney

Labor & Employment Law - Federal and General Litigation

Zachary Aman

Zachary Aman is an Associate Attorney within both the Federal Sector and General Litigation Group at the Spiggle Law Firm. His practice focuses on providing representation to both public and private sector employees in all phases of pre and post litigation, including settlement negotiations, administrative proceedings, and federal and state court proceedings.

Education :
Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
Master’s in Business Administration from Jack Welch Management Institute
Court Admissions :
U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia
States Admitted To Practice :
Washington, D.C.


While a full-time student in law school, Zachary gained invaluable practical experience as a law clerk at Axelson, Williamowsky, Bender & Fishman, P.C., where he worked on various cases in family law and small claims litigation. He then expanded his legal expertise as a law clerk at Paley Rothman, where he was deeply involved in cases involving corporate litigation, estate administration and litigation, and appellate litigation. This diverse experience allowed Zachary to develop a holistic perspective and a well-rounded skill set that is invaluable when handling complex legal disputes.

Since joining the firm, Zachary has assisted in several cases, providing pivotal guidance to several firm clients. He has run point on cases in several states through the DMV concerning sexual harassment, race discrimination, and pregnant workers’ rights. He has also advised on separation agreements concerning the rank-and-file employees as well as C-suite executives, providing each the attention required to help them navigate the legal process on their terms.

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