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Track Record Of Success Defending And Winning Multimillion-Dollar Lawsuits The attorneys at Hill, Kertscher & Wharton, LLP have earned a national reputation for producing excellent results in matters related to employment, intellectual property, business transactions and commercial litigation. The firm’s size and structure allow it handle the most complex cases, while still...
At Parks, Chesin & Walbert in Atlanta, Georgia, our employment attorneys focus on client service. Whether our clients come to us from the Atlanta metropolitan area, Georgia or from across the country, whether they seek our advice, counsel and guidance, or our representation in court, we strongly believe that they should not only be well-represented, but also feel well-treated by their law...
Business owners in the Atlanta area who have legal issues affecting their companies can turn to attorney Charles E. Hoffecker of the Ney Hoffecker Peacock & Hayle law firm for the quality, efficient and effective representation they deserve. An attorney since 1998, Mr. Hoffecker helped establish our law firm alongside experienced attorney William Brent Ney. Highly rated and possessing an...
Federal employees enjoy a fair number of protections, but they also face a uniquely complex employment law landscape. When a claim of discrimination, harassment, employer retaliation or wrongful termination arises, plaintiffs often struggle to find an employment lawyer who knows how to handle the volume of regulations, systems and forums involved in federal employment law. At Southworth PC, our...
Attorney A. McArthur (Mac) Irvin is one of a handful of Atlanta attorneys selected for the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. He is apartner of the Irvin Bowen Hale-Smith LLC law firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Serving the Atlanta metro region, as well as all of North Georgia, including Fulton, DeKalb and Cobb counties, Mr. Irvin and our law firm focus exclusively on employment and labor law. As...
WE ONLY REFPRESENT FEDERAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES! We handle all MSPB, EEO, OWCP, DISCIPLINE & INVESTIGATION CASES NATIONWIDE! We are dedicated to defending federal government employees' rights to a workplace free from wrongful, retaliatory and discriminatory actions. Bobby Devadoss is an experienced and hardworking attorney with a significant background in handling a wide variety of...
At Martin & Martin, LLP, we believe that if it 's not right, you have to fight and our attorneys are the ones you want fighting for you. Our attorneys offer dedicated, experienced employment and health care litigation services to our Atlanta, Georgia, clients. The attorneys at Martin & Martin, LLP, have built a reputation of knowing every aspect of the laws that affect employees -- this...
Servicing clients throughout the greater Atlanta Metro and all across the state, the attorneys at The Garber Law Firm in Marietta, Georgia, provide exceptional advocacy and support to those who are dealing with serious, complex legal issues that affect their careers, their freedom and their future. Our law firm's attorneys, Alan and Marc Garber, possess decades of combined legal experience, and we...
With decades of combined experience representing Georgia clients facing a wide range of legal concerns, the attorneys at Overman & Overman are adept at handling cases with overlapping and complex legal concerns. We pride ourselves on being a law firm that puts the needs of the client first, seeking a swift resolution and positive results through skilled representation. Clients in Fayetteville...
The Goolsby Law Firm, LLC. is a general practice law firm located in the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area. We are conveniently located at 233 Davis Road, Suite C, in Augusta, Georgia. The Goolsby Law Firm, LLC. strives to give careful personal service and attention to the legal needs of all our clients in the Augusta, Georgia area, whether it be family law, divorce, adoption, accident, personal...
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