The Brown Law Office, located in Flower Mound, Texas, is committed to providing high quality legal representation and personal attention to our clients. We offer over 25 years’ experience to find legal solutions and zealously advocate for our clients, both inside and outside of the courtroom, at a fraction of the costs encountered at larger D/FW Metroplex law firms. We accomplish these goals by providing prompt, efficient and professional legal services, always with the needs and...Read more
The Brown Law Office, located in Flower Mound, Texas, is committed to providing high quality legal representation and personal attention to our clients. We offer over 25 years’ experience to find legal solutions and zealously advocate for our clients, both inside and outside of the courtroom, at a fraction of the costs encountered at larger D/FW Metroplex law firms. We accomplish these goals by providing prompt, efficient and professional legal services, always with the needs and goals of the client in mind.
At the Brown Law Office, you can obtain assistance and guidance with comprehensive issues regarding labor and employment law. Attorney Betty L. Brown is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Labor and Employment law. This means that she has the specific training, knowledge and skills that make her highly qualified to assist you in the various aspects of employment law, whether you are an employer or an employee.
As an employer, you may have specific questions on what you can do in hiring and terminating employees or other employment related questions. Betty L. Brown has extensive experience in advising employers and small businesses on all aspects of employment issues, including hiring and terminating employees, management training, employment handbooks, employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, covenants not-to-compete, Fair Labor Standards Act, Texas Payday laws, overtime compensation, employment of minors, and responding to EEOC (discrimination) claims and claims for unemployment benefits.
Betty L. Brown has also represented employees in a wide area of employment matters, including employment contracts, non-competition agreements and in negotiating severance packages. If your employer has changed the terms of your employment contract without consulting you or is requiring you to sign a non-competition agreement, you may need legal help. Likewise, If you have been the victim of unfair treatment in your workplace, or have been passed over for promotion because of your age, denied a job because of your race or gender-or because you “blew the whistle” on company wrongdoing-you need legal help. Ms. Brown is qualified to provide you with the assistance you need in that she has extensive litigation experience with jury trials in federal and state courts, including sex, age, and race discrimination; ADA; ADEA; FMLA, state law tort claims; non-compete litigation, and claims of wrongful discharge for filing worker's compensation claim.
In addition to the practice of employment law, we offer a general practice in a variety of litigation, family law and business matters.
Betty L. Brown is also a certified civil mediator, and offers mediation services in several areas, including employment law, discrimination, workplace harassment, contract, noncompetition, and business disputes.
We invite you to contact us for a consultation to discuss your needs and to see how we can help you.Read less
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