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Labor & Employment Webinar: Have Questions? Get Answers [VIDEO]

The volume of evolving information arising out of the coronavirus pandemic is astounding. How do employers sort through it all to know what is important for your company and role within the organization? Bracewell’s webinar aims to help. Our Labor & Employment lawyers answer real questions asked by your peers in the employment trenches on issues that matter – now.

Speakers: Jay Aldis, Becky Baker, Leslie Selig Byrd, Amber Dodds, Victoria Garcia, Amy Karff Halevy, Jordan Kindred, Jim Kizzair, Caroline Melo, Bob Nichols

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Jay Aldis, Employment, attorney, Bracewell, law firm

Jay Aldis represents and counsels employers in the litigation of matters arising in all areas of employment and civil rights. These cases include claims of age, disability, gender and race discrimination; sexual harassment matters; occupational health and safety; and retaliation and whistleblower suits. He defends employers against due process, equal protection, false arrest, excessive force and First Amendment claims. He also litigates numerous covenants not to compete cases. A seasoned trial lawyer, Mr. Aldis is admitted to practice in the federal and state appellate...

Rebecca L. Baker, Bracewell, State Court Litigation Lawyer, Employment Handbooks Attorney

Rebecca Baker counsels and represents employers in all areas of employment law. She represents employers involved in federal and state court litigation and advises and represents them with respect to administrative claims. Becky's experience includes matters involving retaliation, whistleblower protection, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour issues. In addition to litigation, she works with management clients to draft employment policies and employee handbooks and to address issues related to the hiring, retention and termination of...

Leslie Selig Byrd, labor, employment, attorney, Bracewell law firm

Leslie Selig Byrd has more than 30 years of experience exclusively representing employers in labor and employment issues and controversies.

Leslie represents national and local clients before state and federal agencies. She has been involved in hundreds of administrative investigations, as well as administrative proceedings before the NLRB and the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage & Hour Division, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and OSHA. Leslie defends employers in federal and state employment law motion practice and litigation...

Amber K Dodds, Labor and Employment Attorney, Bracewell Law

Amber Dodds represents employers in labor and employment issues, including matters related to wages, wrongful termination, discrimination, occupational safety, and employee benefits disputes.

Prior to law school, Amber worked with large corporations to procure the necessary employment-based visa documentation for high-level individuals and their families relocating to Central and South America. Managing the immigration process included obtaining birth certificates, marriage licenses, diplomas, police records, and employment records while...

Victoria Garcia, immigration, labor, employment, Bracewell law firm
Managing Partner, San Antonio

Focusing on immigration, labor and employment law for over 21 years, Victoria Garcia represents domestic and international companies in all aspects of labor and employment, and immigration.

Ms. Garcia provides clients with comprehensive legal guidance regarding business immigration matters, including (i) obtaining non-immigrant and immigrant visas for foreign employees, (ii) responding to inquiries, investigations and mismatch letters from the Department of Homeland Security, the Internal Revenue Service, the Social Security Administration and...