Washington Labor Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - District Of Columbia

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Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C.

Labor Lawyers in Washington, DC

Successfully assisted thousands of employees over the past 17 years. Protecting Your Job Is Our Job.

Described by clients as "exceptional" and "a true lawyer's lawyer", Alan Lescht has long been recognized as one of the best employment lawyers in Washington, DC. Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., represents federal government and...

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Passman & kaplan PC

Labor Lawyers Serving Washington, DC (DC)

Lawyers Focusing on Rights. "FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY". Dedicated to Defending Your Rights Nationwide.

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Kennard Law, P.C.

Labor Lawyers Serving Washington, DC (Houston, TX)

Helping individuals protect their rights. Board Certified in Employment and Labor Law.

Big-Firm Experience Made Available for Individuals Throughout Texas Kennard Law, P.C. is a team of dedicated attorneys that came together from large national and multi-national firms. Our clients have the benefit of our "big-firm" legal...

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