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Castaybert PLLC
Castaybert PLLC
4.8
(5)
830 3rd Ave, New York
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CASTAYBERT PLLC is a boutique law firm in New York City that delivers practical and cost-effective legal counsel in corporate and commercial transactions and zealous advocacy on behalf of its clients in commercial, employment, insurance, real estate, and intellectual property disputes.  The firm offers general counsel services to selected clients and local counsel services to litigators in other jurisdictions. OUR GOAL The firm seeks to achieve its clients’ objectives efficiently, whether the client is an individual, executive, or investor, a start-up or emerging company, an established mid-sized company, or a Fortune 500 company.  In all cases, and for all clients, CASTAYBERT PLLC provides sophisticated and experienced legal judgment and representation.  The firm strives to meet the highest standards of professionalism and integrity to build long-term relationships with its clients. OUR EXPERIENCE The firm’s principal attorney, André G. Castaybert, has more than 25 years of experience as a commercial trial court litigator and appellate lawyer, 20 of which were at the international law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP.  Mr. Castaybert has extensive experience counseling clients and has negotiated a variety of corporate and commercial transactions and litigated the terms of many, many more.  The firm also maintains strong relationships with, and has ready access to, a network of highly skilled legal counsel in virtually every domain of commercial and corporate law and in multiple jurisdictions in the U.S. and abroad. OUR BILLING PHILOSOPHY CASTAYBERT PLLC prides itself on lean, efficient representation.  The firm represents clients with matters both large and small, who seek high quality, value oriented legal work with hands-on attention from experienced lawyers.  The firm is flexible in structuring billing arrangements.  In addition to hourly billing, we will explore alternative fee arrangements, when appropriate, to ensure that the firm’s and the client’s interests are properly aligned. To learn more about how CASTAYBERT PLLC can help you meet your legal needs, please consult the detailed descriptions of the firm’s practice areas, or contact us.
Jessica Marie Merlet
Jessica Marie Merlet
4.8
(4)
11687 Sugar Creek Ave, Mt Carmel
Noter
Attorney specializing in ECommerce | SaaS/Software Licensing | Products Liability | Employment | Corporate Law | Data Protection
Shino Komine Milby
Shino Komine Milby
5.0
(2)
800 Wilshire Blvd #900, Los Angeles
Noter
John Eberhart
John Eberhart
4.7
(3)
Teamsters Building, 520 E 34th Ave
Noter
John Eberhart has an office in Anchorage, AK and handles cases in Employment & Labor. This attorney has been licensed for 38 years and attended University of Puget Sound School of Law.
Randall Hayden Johnson
Randall Hayden Johnson
4.7
(3)
820 S Garfield Ave STE 301, Alhambra
Noter
I practice Wage & Hour Law, representing workers in lawsuits against employers who fail to pay proper wages for every fraction of an hour worked (including overtime), for retaliation against workers who dare to complain about workplace safety and withheld pay, for discrimination against workers on the basis of sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or the fact that an employee insists upon wearing Polka dotted shirts to work every day. Regularly distributed dots in a textile design should be of no concern whatsoever to your employer. Power mongers can't resist the urge to lord it over someone else, monitoring their workers' pee for signs of intelligent life (e.g., CBDs). Really? Don't they have better things to do?
Jocelyne J Lew
Jocelyne J Lew
4.7
(3)
2121 Tasman Dr, Santa Clara
Noter
Ali’s practice focuses on advising clients on the series of complex transactions that expose companies to risk and liability in their compliance programs. In this capacity, Ali is an attorney on Fragomen’s I-9 Service Center, a group dedicated to providing electronic Form I-9 and E-Verify compliance services as well as advising clients to anticipate and adapt to changes in corporate compliance law. Prior to joining Fragomen, Ali served as congressional aide and counsel to U.S. Representative Zoe Lofgren on immigration issues in the congressional district. In this role, Ali acted as a liaison for constituents and local organizations with federal agencies including USCIS, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Passport Agency. In addition, Ali coordinated with House Judiciary/Immigration Subcommittee counsel on drafting legislation and policy concerns.   Ali has provided a range of pro bono services, including assistance to an undocumented individual with defending a false claim to U.S. citizenship, and an unaccompanied alien child (UAC) with a political asylum petition.
Zuzana Goldstein
Zuzana Goldstein
4.7
(3)
4 The Embarcadero #1400, San Francisco
Noter
We provide our clients with the highest quality of legal counsel and representation in business-, employment-, investment-, and family-related immigration matters and naturalization. We are passionate about what we do and committed to excellence in our work and reputation. Because of our personal approach to each client, we are very proud of the lasting relationships we develop. Communicating with clients on a regular basis and keeping them informed of what we are doing and why we are doing it is a priority. Our clients’ satisfaction is paramount to our work.
Isabelle Hurtubise
Isabelle Hurtubise
4.7
(3)
201 Spear St # 175, San Francisco
Noter
Isabelle immigrated to the United States from Montreal, Canada, with her German mother and Canadian father.  She grew up in a household full of diverse languages and cultures and has always loved the blend of different human perspectives on the world.  She lived in Montreal, London, New York, Boston and Tampa before settling in her true home, San Francisco, in 2002.  Isabelle graduated from Harvard University in 1995 with honors and New York University School of Law in 2002.  ​ Her professional life has been as diverse as her heritage.  Before law school, she worked as a management consultant to financial services firms including American Express and Chase Bank.  As an attorney she worked for a major international law firm, Bingham McCutchen, and at several public interest organizations.  Throughout this decade she maintained her interest and involvement in immigration law, having herself lived the experience. ​ Isabelle brings diverse skills, a multicultural perspective and her insatiable curiosity to immigration cases.  She believes that immigrants and foreign visitors enrich this country and uses her energy and skills to bring them together.
Patrick John Phillips
Patrick John Phillips
4.7
(3)
Noter
Patrick is a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law and joins Phillips & Associates with experience in personal injury, labor & employment and education law matters.  During law school, Patrick participated extensively in USD’s Special Education Legal Clinic, where he negotiated with school districts to obtain special education services for children with special needs.Patrick also worked for a well-regarded plaintiffs’ law firm in Santa Monica.  While at the firm, Patrick assisted in litigating numerous multi-million dollar law suits, including a high profile products liability claim against the makers of Children’s Motrin.Subsequent to his bar admission, Patrick worked as an associate attorney for a law firm in downtown San Diego.  His areas of practice consisted primarily of labor & employment law, education law, and the defense of public entities.  More specifically, Patrick assisted employers across the state of California draft employment agreements, severance packages, retirement benefits packages and drug testing policies.  Patrick also represented K-12 school districts in proceedings to suspend or expel students alleged to have violated school policy or law.The Law Offices of John W. Phillips became Phillips & Associates in 2011, when Patrick joined the firm full-time.  Since then, Patrick has handled numerous personal injury matters ranging from medical malpractice, product liability, premises liability, and traffic accidents.  He has also advised employers on compliance with a vast array of labor and employment laws and has successfully represented employees on wage claims, discrimination claims, contract disputes, and more.
J. Schiflett has an office in Austin, TX and has been licensed for 42 years. This attorney handles cases in Personal Injury, Consumer Protection, Employment & Labor, Criminal Defense, Land Use & Zoning, Environmental and Natural Resources and attended Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law.
Please see my website for more information:   www.consigliolawfirm.com
Elizabeth Alexandra Ledkovsky
Elizabeth Alexandra Ledkovsky
4.7
(3)
9 W Market St, Rhinebeck
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I'm proud to belong to a firm that helps people address life-shaping problems related to their livelihoods and careers.  Charny & Associates offers decades of experience and true expertise, responsively and compassionately. We help people who have faced workplace discrimination, interference with or denial of benefits such as Family Medical Leave, unpaid overtime, retaliation for whistleblowing, unfair or breached contracts,and other labor and employee-rights issues.  Our clients include farm workers, civil servants, healthcare workers and professionals, professionals in financial services and medicine, hourly and salaried employees, independent contractors, and folks from just about every walk of life.An initial phone conversation with me or any lawyer in this firm is always free of charge; we will advise you as to whether your situation gives rise to any legal claims and we will suggest your options.
Robert Cory Schnepper
Robert Cory Schnepper
4.7
(3)
9100 S Dadeland Blvd, Miami
Noter
Cory is married to Ellen Schnepper, a mediator and appellate attorney, who also practices law in the South Florida area.    They have two daughters.  Rachel, their oldest, has been awarded a Ph.D in History, and is now working at Wesleyan University, heading up their digital humanities department.   Their  younger daughter, Caroline, and her husband, Jeffrey, are the proud parents of Cory’s three grandchildren.  Caroline also holds a Masters Degree in Psychology.  In addition to working for his clients, and helping out wtih the Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund, a  scholarship fund  that provides for scholarships for children of injured workers, Cory enjoys travel, attending Florida Panther and Miami Heat games,  and spending time with his family, including their dog, Charlotte, and their three cats, Keats, Shelley, and Georgy.
Jeanette Guerrero Edwards
Jeanette Guerrero Edwards
4.7
(3)
2100 Coral Way, Coral Gables
Noter
Certified Women/Minorityowned Business Enterprise speializing in workers' compensation and FLSA (wage) matters across Florida since 1990. AV-rated (highest rating) by Martindale-Hubbell.
Daniel A Hershman
Daniel A Hershman
4.7
(3)
2240 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd Suite 101, West Palm Beach
Noter
A Philadelphia native, Daniel graduated from Muhlenberg College with a Bachelor of Arts in political science in 1978. In 1980, Daniel served as editor-in-chief of Harvard Law School’s weekly newspaper, the Harvard Law Record. After receiving a Juris Doctor from Harvard in 1981, Daniel moved to Miami to practice First Amendment law, commercial litigation, workers’ compensation defense and construction litigation with several prominent law firms. In 1984, Daniel relocated to West Palm Beach, FL, where he joined the law firm now known as Ciklin Lubitz Martens & O’Connell. He spent the next seven years working as a litigator and trial lawyer, handling a broad spectrum of matters, including insured fire and casualty losses, title insurance defense, libel claims, business interference suits and commercial collections. In 1991, Daniel joined the litigation team of W. R. Grace & Co., an international conglomerate, at its world headquarters in Boca Raton, FL. At Grace, Daniel defended the company in scores of multi-million dollar lawsuits attacking the safety and integrity of its asbestos-containing fireproofing products. In 2001, Daniel was recruited to oversee all litigation for RailAmerica, Inc., a railroad holding and operating company with several thousand employees and 50 different operations in 26 states, five Canadian provinces, Chile and Australia. When RailAmerica left South Florida in 2008, Daniel joined The Wackenhut Corporation (now known as G4S Secure Solutions USA), to oversee its litigation, including employment discrimination and harassment claims. As the head of litigation at two companies for 10 years, Daniel resolved hundreds of cases, ranging from federal agency claims to toxic tort mass disasters to a tunnel collapse. He has investigated company and employee misconduct and negotiated commercial contracts andlawsuit settlements throughout North America. While in-house, Daniel regularly wrote legal pleadings and contracts and tried cases before judges and other hearing officers.After 10 years of private practice, followed by 19 years as a client and an in-house lawyer, Daniel resumed the private practice of law in the spring of 2011. In 2012, Daniel attained AVPreeminent status from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell, giving him the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.
Alexander Louis Palenzuela
Alexander Louis Palenzuela
4.7
(3)
1200 Brickell Ave # 1440-D, Miami
Noter
Alexander Palenzuela practices out of Miami, FL and attended University of Miami School of Law. This attorney has been licensed for 27 years and handles cases in International Law, Employment & Labor, Administrative Law.
Jon Andrew Jacobson
Jon Andrew Jacobson
4.7
(3)
224 Datura St #812, West Palm Beach
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Jon is an experienced litigator, having worked on over one thousand securities cases and regulatory investigations. He has spent his entire legal career practicing securities litigation and has successfully represented some of the most demanding clients in multi-million-dollar disputes throughout Florida and United States. Prior to founding Jacobson Law P.A., Jon was a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, P.A., a 1,700+ attorney, 35+ office, international law firm, where he focused his practice on securities litigation.   Jon has represented individual and corporate clients in civil actions in state and federal court (at the trial and appellate level); in regulatory investigations (including FINRA, NASD, SEC, CFTC, and state regulatory investigations); in FINRA, NASD, NYSE, NFA, AAA, and JAMS arbitrations; and in private mediations around the country.   Jon has authored and co-authored numerous articles on FINRA’s rules, securities laws, and securities arbitration and is considered to be an authority on these subjects. Jon also regularly participates at national seminars and conferences on the topics of securities fraud, investment disputes, and current developments in securities laws and industry rules and regulations.   Before he became an attorney, Jon was a trader on the International Equity Lending Desk of Paribas Capital Markets, where he worked with the bank’s London, Paris, and Singapore offices to manage a global, $1.2 billion portfolio of investments. Prior to that, Jon was an editorial assistant for Motor Boating & Sailing, a nationally distributed magazine owned by The Hearst Corporation; he worked for the State of Maryland’s Department of International Business Development promoting business opportunities between state companies and international firms; and he taught English as a Second Language both to high school students and to Japanese expat businessmen.   Jon earned his B.A. (in Creative Writing and French) at The Johns Hopkins University, his M.A. (in French Literature) at New York University, and his J.D. at Duke University. Jon is admitted to practice law in Florida; Massachusetts; the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Florida; the District of Massachusetts; and the Courts of Appeals for the First, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuits.
George R Mead
George R Mead
4.7
(3)
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George Mead has been licensed for 23 years and handles cases in Commercial, Government Contracts, Civil Rights, Employment & Labor, Administrative Law, Real Estate. This attorney works in Pensacola, FL and attended University of San Diego School of Law.
A. Andrew OBeidy
A. Andrew OBeidy
4.7
(3)
2755 E Oakland Park Blvd Suite 225, Fort Lauderdale
Noter
A. Andrew OBeidy, Senior Partner/Litigator at OBeidy & Associates, P. A., heads the Labor and Employment Law Division of the firm. Mr. OBeidy's employment practice extends to claims dealing with Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Overtime, Employment Contracts Negotiation/Enforcement, Tort Claims and Labor Disputes. Mr. OBeidy has lectured on these various Labor and Employment topics throughout his career.   Mr. OBeidy served as a member of Florida National Employment Lawyer's Association's (Florida NELA) Board of Director. Mr. OBeidy continues to be an active member of Florida NELA as well as an active member of the National Employment Lawyer's Association. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regularly refers cases to Mr. OBeidy.   Mr. OBeidy attended the University of Virginia where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Thereafter, Mr. OBeidy attended Howard University School of Law in our nation's capital. Upon completion of his studies, Mr. OBeidy returned to Canada to serve in Her Majesty's Royal Canadian Air Force. After receiving his Commission, Mr. OBeidy trained as a pilot and flew various fixed wing aircraft. When he was not in flight training, Mr. OBeidy worked with the Judge Advocate General's Office.   After retiring with distinction from the military, Mr. OBeidy returned to California to practice law. Mr. OBeidy spent four (4) years developing and heading the Employment Law Department at Awad & Awad, LLP. Mr. OBeidy came to south Florida in October 2003 to establish Brody, OBeidy & Marcellus P. A.
Stacey Kim Sutton
Stacey Kim Sutton
4.7
(3)
222 Lakeview Ave #1400, West Palm Beach
Noter
Stacey Sutton has an office in West Palm Beach, FL and has been licensed for 20 years. This attorney handles cases in Employment & Labor, Business, Antitrust & Trade Law, Telecommunications, Government, Lawsuits & Disputes, Appeals and attended St. John’s University School of Law.
Jose Alberto Socorro
Jose Alberto Socorro
4.7
(3)
2020 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
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José Socorro is a Partner with Azoy Socorro, LLP. His practice focuses on labor & employment, business immigration, insurance coverage issues and complex commercial litigation. With over ten years of experience, José has tried cases in state and federal courts, handled appeals in state and federal appellate courts, represented clients before governmental administrative agencies (involving wage, Title VII and immigration matters) and arbitrated cases with the American Arbitration Association and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. José has represented small to large size businesses in various industries including food service, construction, hospitality, retail, software, temporary staffing, technology, hotel and tourism, healthcare, international importation/exportation, Professional Employer Organizations (PEO), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), insurance and banking. Originally from Staten Island, New York, he attended the State University of New York at Albany where he majored in Political Science, earning a B.S. in Political Science with a minor in International Affairs in 1998. He continued his studies at Seattle University School of Law and the University of Miami where he received a J.D. in 2004. José was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2005 and is admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. Aside from Florida, José is also admitted to practice in New York State, as well as, the District of Columbia. José has published articles in various legal and private publications. He co-authored the article, “Got A Minute–How To Conduct Investigations and Avoid the Dreaded Discrimination Law”, for NAPEO’s, PEO Insider, 2013 and served as a contributing author to the article, “Employers Should Make Holiday Parties Memorable For The Right Reasons,” for the Daily Business Review, 2012. José has also authored and conducted various presentations related to ADA, FMLA and Workman’s Compensation Overlaps in 2012, Wage and Hour Compliance Issues in 2011 and Issues Related to Independent Contractors and Intern in 2011. José is active in the South Florida civic and professional communities, as well. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida from 2009 to 2011. He served as a member of the Cuban American Bar Association and the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. Currently, José serves as a member of the legal advisory committee for the National Association of Professional Employer Organization (NAPEO), a position which he has held from 2013 to the present. José is well respected amongst his clients and peers, alike. He speaks Spanish and Portuguese, fluently. Jose was peer-selected to the Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2013 , 2014, 2015, and 2016 and named one of Florida Trend Magazine’s Florida Legal Elite® in 2013.
Lorna Bruce Salomon
Lorna Bruce Salomon
4.7
(3)
1350 NW 12th Ave, Miami
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Lorna Salomon has an office in Miami, FL and has been licensed for 23 years. This attorney handles cases in Employment & Labor and attended Stetson University College of Law.
Victoria Mesa-Estrada
Victoria Mesa-Estrada
4.7
(3)
508 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth
Noter
My priority is helping hard-working employees seek justice and vindicate their rights in the workplace. I understand how stressful and damaging it can be for a worker to fight for his/her rights in the workplace, especially if that person is living paycheck to paycheck. I am your attorney. I will fight for you and seek justice on your behalf. Whether your employer is not paying you fair wages, or is refusing to pay you for your labor, or if you feel you are being discriminated in your workplace, call me now! HABLO ESPANOL! Llamame ya y luchemos por tus derechos!
Daniel Lenghea
Daniel Lenghea
4.7
(3)
13899 Biscayne Blvd #417, North Miami Beach
Noter
Represent clients on issues of:BUSINESS LAW: start-ups, buy/sale of business, incorporations, registered agent, off-shore incorporations, business compliance, contracts, shareholder agreements, derivative actions, licensing, local government, debtor creditor law;CRIMINAL LAW STATE AND FEDERAL: white collar crimes, money laundering, wire fraud, banking fraud, passport fraud, internet fraud, electronic device, conspiracy, drug trafficking, drug distribution, drug importation, possession of restricted substance, importation of aliens, visa fraud, forged passports, immigration fraud, assault and battery, rape, robbery, theft, DUI, DWI;IMMIGRATION LAW, business visa, investor visa, E2, EB5, family green card, adjustment of status, marriage green card, fiancee visa, consular processing, reentry permit, processing for immigrants with criminal records, employment authorizations, extraordinary ability aliens, performer visa, interviews before USCIS, immigration proceedings, removal/deportation, hearings.
Jacquin Perr'on Gilchrist
Jacquin Perr'on Gilchrist
4.7
(3)
2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
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Jacquin Gilchrist is a Criminal Defense, Tax, Employment & Labor, General Practice, Litigation attorney who has been licensed for 11 years. This attorney attended University of Florida - Fredric G. Levin College of Law and has an office in Coral Gables, FL.
Sarah Newman-Altamirano has an office in Bastrop, TX and handles cases in Business, Energy & Utilities, Public Finance & Tax Exempt Finance, Employment & Labor, Arbitration, Litigation. This attorney has been licensed for 16 years and attended Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law.
John T. Moran Jr.
John T. Moran Jr.
4.7
(3)
309 W Washington St #900, Chicago
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I worked in law school for a US Congressman and gained both friends and insight into Washington politics.  I was an investigator for the National Comm'n on the Causes and Prevention of Violence studying the causes and consequences of the events of the Democratic National Convention in 1968.  For approximately 6 months in 1975 I was Acting Director of the Defender Division of the National Legal Aid & Defender Ass'n.  I have always strived to see fairness and simple justice in our legal system and it is a constant battle.  Much of my practice is currently labor and employment law and in January of 2008, I was granted the right and privilege to be counsel to L. 743, Teamsters.  I have left that position but enjoyed it greatly.  I have worked with members of the IFOP to establish basic rights for members which presently exist only for those covered by federal laws such as First Amendment speech rights and the right to be free from retaliation. I have an important case pending in the 7th Circuit on this very issue.
Christine Marrero Whorton
Christine Marrero Whorton
4.7
(3)
4902 SW 72nd Ave, Miami
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Christine Whorton has an office in Miami, FL and attended The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. This attorney handles cases in Employment & Labor and has been licensed for 5 years.
J Matthew Pfeiffer
J Matthew Pfeiffer
4.7
(3)
1725 S Naperville Rd, Wheaton
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I handle a broad range of civil litigation and general corporate matters for business entities of all sizes as well as individuals. My practice focuses on commercial litigation, construction and real estate disputes, business torts and shareholder actions, equitable claims (including proceedings for temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions, and permanent injunctions), general corporate matters (both for-profit and not-for-profit), employment issues, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy, appellate advocacy, commercial and residential real estate transactions, and estate planning and wealth management. I practice regularly before all federal courts in the Northern District of Illinois as well as the Circuit Court of the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit (DuPage County, Illinois), the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, and all other collar counties immediately surrounding Cook County.
Muriel L. Williams
Muriel L. Williams
4.7
(3)
1526 Scott Ave, Chicago Heights
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Experienced Attorney and Educator dedicated to helping the community not only understand the law, but learn how to navigate through it successfully to benefit you!  I'm interested in getting positive results for you and fight through the bureacracy!
Kathryn Ann Chapman
Kathryn Ann Chapman
4.7
(3)
53 W Jackson Blvd #838, Chicago
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WHO I AM… • Highly responsive adviser of senior executives and operating management teams on core legal issues and actions impacting business operations, with an emphasis on domestic and international compliance, facilitating and improving the business strategies of US multinational company while operating within the framework of local laws and customs. • Business focused senior commercial attorney with years of experience in structuring complex high technology transactions
Antoinette Choate
Antoinette Choate
4.7
(3)
401 S LaSalle St Suite 1302G, Chicago
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Ms. Choate earned her A. B. from the University of Chicago, with a double major in History and Law, Letters, and Society in 2001. In 2004, she was awarded her Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. During law school, she earned a place on the school’s Mediation Team, served as the Student Articles Editor for the Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, served as an Editor of the renowned Loyola Child Legal Rights Journal, and earned a CALI award in legal writing. She has concentrated in employment law and litigation her entire career. Ms. Choate has counseled hundreds of clients, from current employees facing employment problems to wrongfully terminated employees on various claims. Ms. Choate was selected as a Super Lawyer in 2017 and 2016 by Illinois Super Lawyers Magazine in the area of employment & labor. She was named an “Illinois Rising Star” for 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010 and 2009 by Super Lawyers magazine. She has been invited to speak as a guest lecturer on employment issues for the Chicago Bar Association's Law at the Library Series every year since 2005. She is an active member of the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) and the Illinois Chapter of the National Employment Lawyer's Association (NELA/Illinois), an organization comprised of lawyers who seek to vindicate the rights of individuals in the workplace. She currently serves as Immediate Past President of NELA/Illinois and has been on the Board of Directors since 2006. She has extensive experience in handling cases involving sexual harassment, employment discrimination (race discrimination, national origin discrimination, gender discrimination, sex discrimination, religious discrimination, age discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, disability discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, etc.), retaliation and retaliatory discharge, Family and Medical Leave Act violations (FMLA), and related employment torts. In addition to appearing in state and federal court on various employment matters, Ms. Choate represents clients in investigations and hearings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Illinois Human Rights Commission (IHRC), and the Chicago Commission on Human Relations (CCHR). She has successfully negotiated the settlement of various employment matters and is dedicated to developing a personal relationship with each of her clients, ensuring that their needs are represented through the litigation process. Ms. Choate recently revived and frequently authors articles in The Illinois Employee Advocate, a publication by NELA/Illinois. She also is the author of: "Global Justice: Fighting Terrorism with the International Criminal Court," Loyola Forum of International Law, Volume IX, Number 1, 2001; and "Alliances of Convenience: United States Ties with the Northern Alliance in Light of Human Rights Violations," Loyola Forum of International Law, Volume IX, Number 2, 2002. Ms. Choate is admitted to practice law within the State of Illinois (2004), the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2005), and the Supreme Court of the United States (2016).
Mark Anthony Spognardi
Mark Anthony Spognardi
4.7
(3)
20 S Clark St, Chicago
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I represent businesses in all industries, including manufacturing transportation, banking and investment, food processing, textile, health care, retail, hospitality, construction, interim services, and publishing, media and communications, and public sector interests. My focus is on representing management in traditional and non-traditional labor and employment law matters, including counseling, litigation, and appellate work. My practice experience includes representation in unfair labor practice and representation proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board; union-free campaigns; employment discrimination matters before federal and state anti-discrimination agencies and federal courts; Section 301 lawsuits; contract negotiations and arbitrations; drug and alcohol testing; alternative compensation systems; veterans’ re-employment rights; WARN Act and RIF matters; federal and state wage and hour matters; employment at-will; wrongful discharge and whistleblower lawsuits; federal and state injunctive relief, strike management; human resource audits and employee handbooks; employment contracts; restrictive covenants and non-compete agreements; pension plan withdrawal liability; and various other employment related matters. I am a frequent speaker on various labor and employment topics before trade and employer associations. I am a member of various associations and organizations, including: the American, Illinois, and Chicago Bar Associations; the board of directors of the North American Transportation Employee Relations Association; Transportation Lawyers Association; Elk Grove Village Chamber of Commerce; and the Society for Human Resources Management. Additionally, I serve as general counsel for the Midwest Textile Service Association.
Lisa A. Dreishmire
Lisa A. Dreishmire
4.7
(3)
233 S Wacker Dr, Chicago
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Seasoned federal litigator for both private and public sector clients, with significant experience representing public schools. Trusted advisor and business partner.Contract, handbook and policy drafter. Mentor and manager. Interactive educator. Workplace investigator. Practical problem solver.
Francine Bailey
Francine Bailey
4.7
(3)
230 S Clark St #218, Chicago
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Francine Bailey is a Arbitration, General Practice, Mediation, Employment & Labor, Litigation attorney who has been licensed for 13 years. This attorney attended University of Wisconsin Law School and has an office in Chicago, IL.
Christopher T. Anderson
Christopher T. Anderson
4.7
(3)
11 Broadway, New York
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AndersonDodson, P.C. is an innovative workers’ rights firm dedicated to helping employees recover the unpaid and underpaid wages they are entitled to by law.  Have you been paid everything you deserve? Our firm represents account executives at marketing firms who haven’t received their commissions; IT professionals who simply haven’t been paid at all for some period of time; security guards who were underpaid for their overtime work; plumbers whose hours were falsified on their time sheets; etc. - wage infractions happen in every industry, at every level.
Wayne J King
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Wayne J King and grand daughter Mikayla Downs
David L Weed
David L Weed
5.0
(1)
40 N Center St, Mesa
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Michael Scott Manley
Michael Scott Manley
5.0
(1)
990 Highland Dr, Solana Beach
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Jonathan D. Parker
Jonathan D. Parker
5.0
(1)
55 E Monroe St #3400, Chicago
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Tahl Tyson
Tahl Tyson
5.0
(1)
One Union Square, 600 University St
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Trilby Robinson-Dorn
Trilby Robinson-Dorn
5.0
(1)
925 4th Ave, Seattle
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Amber Michelle Johns
Amber Michelle Johns
5.0
(1)
111 W. Jackson Suite 1700, Chicago
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Charles Alan Gauldin
Charles Alan Gauldin
4.5
(2)
2790 S Thompson St #102, Springdale
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Charles Gauldin has been licensed for 31 years and works in Springdale, AR. This attorney attended University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law and handles cases in Bankruptcy & Debt, Consumer Protection, Employment & Labor, Debt Collection, Real Estate, Construction & Development, Arbitration.
Edward Aubert Roberts Miller
Edward Aubert Roberts Miller
4.5
(2)
254 State St, Mobile
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Edward Miller has an office in Mobile, AL and attended University of Alabama School of Law. This attorney handles cases in Bankruptcy & Debt, Business, Financial Markets and Services, Employment & Labor, Appeals and has been licensed for 12 years.
Judy Drickey-Prohow
Judy Drickey-Prohow
4.5
(2)
4222 E Thomas Rd #230, Phoenix
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Judy Drickey-Prohow is a Civil Rights, Employment & Labor, Landlord & Tenant, Arbitration attorney who has been licensed for 41 years. This attorney attended University of Arizona College of Law and has an office in Phoenix, AZ.
John James Coleman III
John James Coleman III
4.5
(2)
Wells Fargo Tower, 420 20th St N #3400
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John Coleman has been licensed for 38 years and handles cases in Employment & Labor. This attorney attended Duke University School of Law and has an office in Birmingham, AL.
Michael David Early
Michael David Early
4.5
(2)
455 Market St, San Francisco
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I am an employment and commercial litigation attorney. My employment practice is focused on wrongful termination, sexual harassment and wage and hour counseling and litigation primarily on behalf of plaintiffs.  In May 2019, I obtained a $5.375 million settlement of a PAGA action on behalf of employees of a subsidiary of Menzies Aviation (Aircraft Service International). Although 75% of all PAGA settlements are required by statute to be paid to the state, the employees received an average payout of nearly $700 per employee. Since there were many employees who were only employed for a month or two, roughly half of the employees received over $1,000, with dozens of employees receiving awards in excess of $1,600.   I also provide counseling and litigation expertise to employers and employees on non-competes and in trade secret disputes related to employee hirings and terminations. My commercial litigation practice is centered on the representation of real estate developers and commercial property owners in contract disputes, business tort claims and unlawful detainer proceedings.
Susan Plimpton Segal
Susan Plimpton Segal
4.5
(2)
1 E Washington St #1600, Phoenix
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Susan Segal is a Employment & Labor, Education attorney who attended Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. This attorney practices out of Phoenix, AZ and has been licensed for 40 years.
Neal Steven Meyers
Neal Steven Meyers
4.5
(2)
1808 Aston Ave #100, Carlsbad
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Neal has a litigation practice which spans the fields of employment law and disputes, construction contracts and disputes, personal injury claims and property damage claims for both public and private clients.   Neal was named a 2015 top litigator by San Diego Magazine. He is a presenter and writer in the fields of employment law, the government claims act, and public and private liability claims. He is a Master in the Lopardo Inns of Court and he has achieved the highest rating for his litigation skills and ethical reputation from a nationally recognized peer review organization.Neal attended the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, where he graduated with highest honors. He received his J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law, where he had served as a staff writer for the California Regulatory Law Reporter. Neal was admitted to the practice of law in California in 1983, and is admitted to practice before all California State Courts and the United States District Court for the Southern and Central Districts of California. He is also an active member of his local Bar Association and volunteers his time in public service for the local courts and community.