I seek to serve every client like a valued friend, so that they understand not only... more
I seek to serve every client like a valued friend, so that they understand not only how the legal system can help them, but also to know how the opposing side is and will try to use that system against my client. Insurance companies, corporations, prosecutors, law enforcement, family members and others all have a job or function to perform, which usually is not in my client’s best interest. ... view profile
BRIAN GILLETTE BECAME A LAWYER BECAUSE HE WANTED TO HELP PEOPLE. He's found a way... more
BRIAN GILLETTE BECAME A LAWYER BECAUSE HE WANTED TO HELP PEOPLE. He's found a way with his Social Security disability practice. He explains, "My clients are often in dire straits since they aren't able to work and have lost their income. When I win benefits for them, I know I'm helping a whole family." Early in his legal career, Brian worked for personal injury law firms, where he sharpened h... view profile
My practice involves employmentand corporate law litigation and advice and counsel... more
My practice involves employmentand corporate law litigation and advice and counsel throughout Virginia, Maryland, and D.C., with a particular focus upon non-competes and related employment and business issues.I graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law in 1999 with honors.
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