A former US Dept. of Labor Investigator who conducted civil and criminal... more
A former US Dept. of Labor Investigator who conducted civil and criminal investigations related to Title I of ERISA, PPACA, and its amendments. A trial attorney, who is most passionate about Labor and Employment issues with an emphasis on ERISA (employee benefits law). Additionally, I practice in Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation, and Wrongful Death. My firm represents both individuals and businesse... view profile
Mr. Lampe is at home in the courtroom. His primary area of practice is litigation,... more
Mr. Lampe is at home in the courtroom. His primary area of practice is litigation, but is also well experienced in many other areas of law. Licensed to practice law in May of 2008, he began his legal practice with the law firm of Eggleston Flowers & King, LLP located in Weatherford, Texas. During his time with EFK he gained experience in civil litigation, arbitration, mediation, o... view profile
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