Michelle MacLeod worked for top Dallas law firms for several years after graduating... more
Michelle MacLeod worked for top Dallas law firms for several years after graduating from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a law review editor and merit scholarship recipient. Michelle is a Dallas attorney assisting Fortune 500 to medium-size companies and start-ups with both advice and counseling on employment and business issues and with litigation. Michelle also assists execu... view profile
Mr. Cole represents employees, employers, and small businesses. Specifically, his... more
Mr. Cole represents employees, employers, and small businesses. Specifically, his practice focuses on employment and business law matters. Mr. Cole's employment law practice represents employees and employers in claims of workplace discrimination, retaliation, unpaid wages, wrongful termination, unemployment benefits, sexual harassment, and numerous othe employment related issues. Additio... view profile
If you feel you've been discriminated against at your workplace based on your personal beliefs or the way you look or act, you may require the services of a discrimination lawyer. Because most people need to work to earn a living, many employment laws exist to prohibit discrimination based on nationality, weight, height, disability, ethnicity, sexual preference, age, religion, or even military status. Discrimination lawyers can tell you which laws apply to your particular situation and what legal solutions are available to you.