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In his private sector practice, Kevin defends employers against claims of discrimination and harassment, wage and hour claims, including collective and class actions, unfair labor practice charges, WARN Act claims and other employment-related claims. Kevin also advises employers on day-to-day workplace issues and drafts employment agreements and policies.
Apart from his private sector practice, Kevin fights for the rights of federal employees facing discrimination and harassment, prohibited personnel practices, allegations of unethical conduct, and those in need of whistleblower...
Prior to moving to Idaho with his family and forming Roberts Law, Rick practiced complex commercial law and litigation in the Washington D.C. area for Reed Smith LLP, Gilbert Heintz & Randolph LLP, and...
Ashley handles both agreed and contested divorces including complex matters relating to child custody, child support, and military divorces where one or both parties is absent from the state. She also handles post-divorce proceedings, such as modification of parenting plans, modification of child support, and enforcement of final judgments through contempt.
Additionally, Ashley advocates for the rights of children as a...
Reid is widely known for his skill in handling complex cases, which frequently involve...
When hand-crafting her legal arguments for the court room, Natalie keeps her client’s quality of life and financial stability at the forefront. She understands that every decision/request throughout a case can have major life impacts on her clients such as transporting your children to and from exchanges, ensuring you have enough spousal maintenance to pay your monthly...
Prior to joining Schempf & Ware, Chad served on active duty with the United States Air Force. He graduated from Regent University School of Law and began private practice and then joined the Newport News Commonwealth's Attorney's Office as...
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