Representing employees and employers for over 21 years.
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Litigation, Immigration
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 (e...
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Personal Injury, Employee Benefits, Criminal Defense
Ava Greene Bedden obtained her Law Degree from the Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C. in 1987. Prior to relocating to the Dallas Metroplex, she served as General Counsel for Paine College in Augusta Georgia, providing advice and ...
Practice areas & skills: Employment & Labor, Education, Family
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.