Ms. Brennekes passion for justice drives her employment law, civil rights, sexual... more
Ms. Brennekes passion for justice drives her employment law, civil rights, sexual harassment and abuse practice. Her success includes substantial settlements and trial verdicts that compensate her clients for violations of their legal rights and dignity as well as secure injunctive relief and policy changes that make a difference in society. She challenges gender, race, disability, age and sexu... view profile
Mr. Denton has practiced law for 35 years. He has won many difficult cases that... more
Mr. Denton has practiced law for 35 years. He has won many difficult cases that other lawyers would never have taken, some of which resulted in verdicts of a million dollars or more. A former Vietnam helicopter pilot, his first legal specialty was aviation accident litigation, which he practiced exclusively in Portland, Oregon for two years. He then returned to his hometown, Virginia Beach, Vir... view profile
I am fortunate to have receivedthe highest rating (AV) bestowed fro I am Martindale-... more
I am fortunate to have receivedthe highest rating (AV) bestowed fro I am Martindale-Hubbell, the preeminent national rating service for attorneys. The AV rating means that other attorneys and judges before whom I have appeared were surveyed by Martindale- Hubbell and those legal professionals anonymously rated my abilities as an attorney with the highest to preeminent legal skills... view profile
Libel and slander are forms of “defamation.” Defamation is when someone intentionally lies about you and harms your reputation. Libel is written defamation and slander is spoken defamation. Lawyers who handle libel lawsuits and slander lawsuits know how to spot lies, and know the information you will need to prove the liar intended to hurt you. While our freedom of speech rights can make defamation difficult to prove, libel and slander lawyers can help you with these cases. They can also defend you if you've been wrongfully accused of lying about someone.