What has been your professional experience in the arena of law? How long have you been in the profession?
20 years I have zealously represented both employees and management in all areas of employment law and litigation. He has successfully handled employment disputes for hundreds of employees. discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, wage and hour issues, or any other workplace dispute, I am board-certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor and Employment law, and he works in all areas of employment law, including:
Sexual harassment law
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charges
Non-compete and trade secret law
Wage and hour and overtime issues
Whistleblower and Qui Tam laws
ERISA and employee benefit laws
Additionally, I represent employers in all aspects of employment law. This includes:
Counseling and training for employers and supervisors
Prevention of employment lawsuits
Development of employment policies and procedures
Hiring and termination procedures
Sexual harassment and equal opportunity employment policies
Drafting of employment agreements, confidentiality and intellectual property agreements, arbitration agreements and employee handbooks
Trade secret protection and non-compete agreements
I earned my juris doctor degree at Fordham University School of Law in New York City in 1991. At Fordham, I served on the Fordham International Law Journal as Articles Editor and wrote my note on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. My undergraduate degree is in International Studies with minors in Economics and French. My first summer in law school was spent at a law firm in Paris, France. During law school I interned for a semester for a federal judge and then worked in a law firm with an office in Italy. After law school I worked for two years in a law fim in Milan, Italy. From 1994 through 2006 I had my own law firm, working on litigation and transactions for an international clientele. In 2006 I joined Dunnington Bartholow & Miller where I am now a partner. I have conducted numerous trials and arbitrations and have handled many international transactions.
very satisfying in knowing that your gute feeling and the many years of studying paid off when you bring justice forward. I have been in this profession appropriate .15 years.
Mostly bankruptcy and Social Security disability claims. I was licensed in October 2008.
I have been a licensed Texas attorney for over 25 years. I spent approximately 23 years defending insurance companies and large corporations against all kinds of claims and lawsuits. A few years ago, I decided to switch sides and become a plaintiffs attorney. Today, I represent families, individuals and small businesses who have been harmed by the wrongful conduct of insurance companies and large corporations. My clients are accident and fire victims, widows, orphans, and policyholders whose claims have been delayed, wrongfully denied, or underpaid by their insurance companies. I handle a number of cases involving fires.
I am not a trained lawyer but I have over 21 years experience of working and advising on The Data Protecton Acts and 6 years of Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
I have produced and delivered many training packages to all walks of life and can design and bespoke any prsentation to your company's requirements
I began my practical legal experiences in 1996 working as a law clerk in South Korea. Thereafter, I passed the bar in 1998. I have worked in primarily the business arena, though I have varied experience levels in numerous areas: contracts, Internet, privacy, torts, insurance, intellectual property, copyright, trademark, technology, defamation, cyberbullying, etc.
I started my training contract in 2006 and qualified in 2008. I have 3+ PQE experience.
I first started work as a secretary many years ago and then took the ILEX exams which I passed quite quickly to my surprise. I then started to do paralegal work and worked my way up the ladder to do my own work load in residential conveyancing.
I have also worked in commercial conveyancing on shops and small offices. I am also licensed to do probate work and writing wills.
I can now work unsupervised and I help to train other people in one of the offices where I work. It is rewarding to see people interested in what you do but there are great changes in the legal field with the advent of alternative business strucures so I do not know how long small high street firms will be able
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