I have handled employment law matters since 1997 including 3 years as an EEOC Trial... more
I have handled employment law matters since 1997 including 3 years as an EEOC Trial Attorney. Although the majority of my practice is focused on employee side representation, I do represent, advise and counsel small to medium sized local businesses. I also represent NC state employees in proceedings before the OAH, EEOC and various courts. I served for 4 years on the Corporate Board of Director... view profile
Leslie Beale has extensive experience in managing a variety of legal issues facing... more
Leslie Beale has extensive experience in managing a variety of legal issues facing employers, including serving as Senior Attorney for a publicly traded restaurant company where she had primary responsibility for management of the employment claims team. Ms. Beale has investigated and responded to more than 100 charges of discrimination from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and ... view profile
Prior to joining Brown and Roberto, I practiced law in Nashville where I gained... more
Prior to joining Brown and Roberto, I practiced law in Nashville where I gained experience in employment discrimination claims, personal injury claims, will contests and breach of contract claims. I served as a judicial law clerk in the Tennessee Supreme Court. While practicing law in the Court, I assisted the Justices of the Court with complex legal research in the drafting of Court opinions... view profile
A wrongful termination lawyer can help if your employer fires you for an unfair reason. Wrongful termination occurs when your employer breaks an employment agreement with you, violates an employment or anti-discrimination law, or fires you in retaliation for whistle-blowing or for filing a sexual harassment or workers' compensation claim. If you think you were wrongly fired, talk with a wrongful termination lawyer to see if the circumstances of your firing justify a claim.