Losing a job for reasons that appear to be unreasonable or possibly illegal can be a devastating experience. Being sexually harassed, retaliated against, or wrongfully fired from a job can leave you justifiably confused, upset, and frightened about your future.

What you need right now are answers, preferably from someone who knows exactly what you can do to protect yourself and your family. You need a true advocate. Someone who believes in protecting the rights of employees and who has the knowledge and experience to do so effectively. 

That's where I come in. It is my honor to be a trial lawyer and assist people who have had their careers severely damaged or ended due to the illegal conduct of an employer. My past experience as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas and as a defense lawyer in one of the nation's largest law firms gives me unique insights and an advantage when it comes to effectively representing employees.    

When you retain me to represent you, you get me, not an associate attorney.  I will take full control and oversee every aspect of your case.  In my experience, this gives me an advantage over my opponents because I have personally been involved with every aspect of your case, rather than putting a less experienced attorney in charge of the case until the final trial stage.  

I am board certified in Labor & Employment Law and limit my practice to representing employees in overtime, harassment, wrongful discharge, contract, and fraud/whistleblower cases. This includes claims of discrimination, sexual harassment, breach of employment agreements, and defendant claims of noncompete violations, as well as claims of unpaid overtime and corporate fraud and/or fraud against the government. 

I hope you find this website to be an informative resource for any employment law questions you may have. Please feel free to review the articles in my Texas Employment Law Blog or my Texas Overtime Lawyer Blog. You can also learn more about me and the types of cases I handle. If you need assistance regarding an employment-related legal matter, please feel free to contact me.