Starting my practice at the cusp of the recession gave me a few options in terms of law firms looking for fresh attorneys. Undeterred and full of ambition, I started my own practice. My initial area of focus was criminal defense, but I now dedicate my practice to employment law, entertainment law, and sports law.
I got into law to advocate for people, and I got into sports law because I wanted to make sure our athletes have a voice. Ultimately, I want my clients to leave my office in a better position than they arrived.
In our society, having employment is the only real means of providing for yourself and being self-reliant. I want to help clients who are going through any employment-related legal issues and get them to a better position. The areas of employment law I focus on are:
I have extensive experience in each of these areas of law, and I am ready to give you the advice and representation you need. I have taken employment cases all the way to trial and have settled in mediation. So no matter where your case takes us, I am fully prepared.
My interest in law sparked from a desire to help others and advocate for people without a voice.